[size=36]The central bank opens two fundraising accounts for low-income people[/size]
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The Central Bank of Iraq opened, on Sunday, two accounts to collect donations for people with limited income, for the benefit of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in the name of (Social Solidarity Account) will be allocated to collect donations for the financing of this fund.
The media office of the Central Bank stated, in a statement received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "based on the book of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers related to the initiative to support citizens with low incomes, and in support of the crisis cell efforts to confront the Corona epidemic, the Central Bank of Iraq has opened two bank accounts, For the benefit of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in the name of (Social Solidarity Account), the first in dinars and holds the number (70111) and the second in dollars and holds the number (60111).
The statement added, "The donation process takes place through any bank account and any public and private banks, from inside and outside Iraq, and it is also possible to deposit cash in any bank after specifying the account name and the bank number."
He noted, "The banks will transfer the amount directly to the relevant account in the central bank (in dinars or dollars), and the donation to this fund includes the deposit of the salary of the Prime Minister for the month of April, and the ministers and those with their rank."
He continued: "Today, 12/4/2020, the salaries of officials at the Central Bank of Iraq for the month of April have been deposited in this account," calling on public and private institutions and natural and legal persons to "donate in support of this voluntary and solidarity effort that aims to close ranks and mobilize efforts to confront the Corona epidemic And to provide assistance to families whose support requires support and which have been damaged due to the preventive measures that the crisis cell was forced to, such as curfews and what was caused by the severance of the sources of their livelihoods. "Ended 6/29 n