Russian payment system “Mir” cards began to be accepted in Cuba
MOSCOW, March 14 – RIA Novosti. Cards of the Russian payment system “Mir” began to be accepted in Cuba: RIA Novosti was told in the press service of the system that it is already possible to withdraw cash from local ATMs.
“The Mir payment system continues to work on the international acceptance of cards in friendly countries, including Cuba, which is very popular with Russian tourists. It is already possible to withdraw cash from Mir cards at ATMs of local banks. By accepting cards, “Peace” in trade and service enterprises in this country continues, they said.
Former Kazakh subsidiary of Sberbank will only accept part of Mir cards
Mir is a Russian national payment system operated by the National Payment Card System JSC (NSPK). NSPK is 100% owned by the Central Bank of Russia.
Some countries have also shown interest in tying Mir cards, including Iran, Indonesia, Myanmar, Egypt, Thailand, India, Venezuela, Mauritius, Nigeria and Ethiopia.
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