"All states of Eastern Europe, which have hosted the Championship since 1992, have passed such a process. In Prague and in Warsaw was demanded a passport for currency exchange. So I do not think there will be problems with Euro 2012 in Ukraine. NBU has to improve and to simplify this system in order to avoid problems for tourists," Boris Kolesnikov said, ForUm learned from the press office of the Party of Regions.
Under the new National Bank of Ukraine decree number 278, from September 23 currency exchange in any amount can take place only by showing a passport or other document indicating the place of person’s residence.
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