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Government shares bank account details for Covid-19 donations

The government issued an announcement on Monday providing its bank account details for donations towards its efforts to combat Covid-19 following requests from the public.

“Due to the generous requests of many of our compatriots, to contribute in our country΄s effort to meet the emerging needs, due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Treasury of the Republic of Cyprus would like to provide the following information regarding the Government’s bank account to which all contributions can be deposited:

General Government Account

Central Bank of Cyprus

Account Number: 6001010

IBAN: CY16 0010 0001 0000 0000 0600 1010

Swift (BIC) Code: CBCYCY2N

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