[size=36]Central denies any smuggling operations of the Iraqi currency[/size]
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The Central Bank denied on Friday that any smuggling operation of Iraqi currency groups, while stressing that this attack today, coincided with the announcement of the bank on the growth of reserves and control of the exchange rate.
The bank said in a statement received by "Mawazine News", a copy of it, that "some social media means a video clip showing some categories of the Iraqi currency, in boxes written by the name of the Central Bank of Iraq, which provoked a boycott of smuggling of the Iraqi currency," denying "Any smuggling operation."
He added that "the funds offered do not belong to the Central Bank, and differ from the funds in the Iraqi currency, in terms of form, color, material and pilgrimage," noting that "
"The bank has not yet been found on these papers and has not been publicly displayed in any country. The current investigations have proved that they are only pictures and films," the bank said. "The central bank prints its currency in the global printing houses and monitors its production, Making the paper to the final version, according to tables and serial numbers checked at each stage until receipt in Iraq. "
The bank warned of "the confusion that is taking place with the aim of undermining the country and its successful institutions, including the central bank. The more that one of these institutions succeeds domestically and internationally, it has been subjected to such slander."
He added that "this attack comes today, coinciding with the announcement of the bank on the growth of reserves and control of the exchange rate, in order to reduce this success."
The bank called on all media, "to be careful in dealing with the news, because of the inaccurate news of the negative effects on the stability of the financial system and banking in Iraq."