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Monetary policy principles for 2022 supplemented for first time with sections on virtual assets, sustainable development – NBU governor
KYIV. Sept 13 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The principles of 2022 monetary policy have been for the first time supplemented with sections on virtual assets and sustainable development, Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Kyrylo Shevchenko has said.
"The basic principles [of monetary policy] have been supplemented with new sections on the NBU’s policy in the sphere of virtual assets turnover, as well as on accounting for climate change and principles of sustainable financing in monetary policy," Shevchenko said during a press briefing on Monday.
He stressed that the NBU’s regulatory policy in relation to virtual assets should promote price and financial stability in Ukraine.