On Sunday, the Cabinet approved the creation of a Coordination Body for the Return of Displaced Persons Abroad.
This came during the Cabinet’s weekly session chaired by Prime Minister Imad Khamis.
The Body aims at the coordinating the return of the displaced people, who were forced to flee by terrorism, to their cities and villages. They hope to achieve this through intensive communication with friendly countries, providing all facilitations and adopting measures to ensure their return and enable them to regain the normal live that they had before the war.
Meanwhile, the Cabinet approved the issuance of foreign currency deposit certificates in cash in the banks with competitive revenues in order to attract funds from abroad and pump them into national economy in the next phase.
Speaking to journalists, Finance Minister Maamoun Hamdan said that the first interest rate was set at 4.25% and that any person inside or outside Syria can deposit this money through the purchase of certificates of deposit issued by the Central Bank of Syria.
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