A Temporary Currency to be Brought into Circulation Following the Expiration of the Moratorium

Ljubljana, 20 September - Due to its exclusion from the Yugoslav monetary system some time ago, Slovenia will soon run out of bank notes. This will make it necessary to put temporary money vouchers into circulation. These have been ready for some time now, and will be issued by the Republic of Slovenia. According to the Slovene Minister of Finance Dušan Šešok, it will also be possible to purchase foreign currency with these vouchers. The current currency will in all likelihood be supplanted by these vouchers throughout Slovenia, especially if the Topčider mint will continue to turn out Dinars at an undiminished pace. The measure of introducing these vouchers will be taken out of need, and not to express Slovene sovereignty.

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