NSPK Chairman Komlev spoke about countries that continue to cooperate with the Mir system
MOSCOW, November 22 – RIA Novosti. General Manager of the National Payment Card System (NSPK), Vladimir Komlev, said that Turkish banks have stopped serving the Mir card, but banks of Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and some other countries continue to cooperate with the payment system. Mir payment system).
“The Turkish market worked … Until the threat of secondary sanctions for Turkish banks appeared, then carefully, one by one, they stopped accepting Mir cards. But I must say that for the period from February to September, the Mir card is a full-fledged international payment It was a tool and it continues to be so.”
“Belarus, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and some other countries do not just continue to work with our payment system, they continue to actively work with it, develop technologies, develop services,” Komlev said.
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