Two Branches Of Al-Rafidain Bank In Mosul, Re-Opened Six Years After They Went Out Of Service

Mosul The local government in Nineveh Governorate reopened two branches of Al-Rafidain Bank in the right and left sides of Mosul, after they were out of service for a period of no less than (six) years due to their bombing by ISIS gangs.

Hussein Lazem, Director General of the Central Bank of Iraq in Nineveh Governorate, told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA): “The two branches resumed work, after leaving the two alternative headquarters, which were on the outskirts of Mosul.”


Source: National Iraqi News Agency