Natia Turnava, acting President of the National Bank, met with the Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund Mission to Georgia, Andrew Jewell, at the head office of the National Bank.
According to the National Bank, at the meeting Natia Turnava spoke in detail about the changes in the rules for the implementation of sanctions and explained why the need to make this decision arose.
As the National Bank explains, the National Bank of Georgia is in intensive communication with the financial sector, international financial institutions and all stakeholders to provide the necessary information.
In addition, according to her, all the regulations and restrictions that the USA, EU and Great Britain imposed on Russia from the very first days of the invasion of Ukraine will be maintained.
"The National Bank of Georgia attaches special importance to cooperation with the International Monetary Fund. At the meeting, we agreed that intensive communication will continue with the Fund in the future too. We are ready to give comprehensive answers to any questions", Natia Turnava, acting President of the National Bank, said after the meeting.
The meeting was attended by Ekaterine Mikabadze, Ekaterine Galdava and Robert Singletary, members of the Board of the National Bank.