The “central bank” of the pseudo-state announced that it will lend 28 million Turkish lira (TL) (about 2.5 million euros) on behalf of the “finance ministry”, while in its statements a few days ago the “finance minister”, Dursun Oguz He told the “parliament” that the 28 million TL will be spent on salaries.
According to “Cyprus”, as broadcast by the Press and Information Office, the “Ministry of Finance” had borrowed in September the amount of 233 million TL (approximately 21 million euros), a fact that raised the domestic borrowing for 2021 to 550 million TL (approximately EUR 50 million). Domestic borrowing for the period 2020-2021 exceeded 884 million TL (approximately 80 million euros).
In September, the “finance ministry” repaid more than 132 million TL of domestic debt (about 12 million euros).
At the end of September, there was an internal debt of more than 351 million TL (approximately 31.8 million euros) that has not expired.
More than 400 Greek Cypriots have been referred to the “real estate committee”, says Tatar
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