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Old-style year-2006 500-hryvnia and 200-hryvnia bills were most often counterfeited last year.
14:25, 13 May 2021
Ukraine will also announce an exchange program for outstanding eurobonds maturing in 2021 and 2022.
19:57, 22 July 2020
At the first stage, the NBU will introduce 5 million 10-hryvnia coins, which will be sent to its regional offices.
11:55, 03 June 2020
The new banknotes have almost the same design as the 2007 banknote.
11:03, 25 February 2020
The growth in cash over the year is due to the needs of the growing economy for the means of payment.
13:20, 30 January 2020
The NBU initially plans to put into circulation 5 million new banknotes and coins each.
16:59, 20 December 2019
Coins of the 5-hryvnia denomination, which will gradually replace the relevant banknotes, will be put into circulation on December 20, 2019.
12:40, 26 November 2019
The coins can be exchanged free of charge at banks within three years.
10:23, 01 October 2019
Ukraine's central bank to print first five million banknotes of 1,000-hryvnia denomination from Oct 25Further issues will depend on demand for this denomination.
16:55, 19 September 2019
Adobe confirmed the pirated font had been used on the new banknote.
12:05, 10 July 2019
The banknotes use new and innovative security features and are easy to check using the "feel, look and tilt" method.
13:37, 28 May 2019
The majority of worn-out banknotes are those of low-denomination (1 to 10 hryvnias).
20:20, 17 July 2018
<p>Hryvnia banknotes and coins totaling UAH 361.5 billion (US$12.7 billion) were in cash circulation in Ukraine at the beginning of 2018, which was UAH 20.5 billion ($718 million), or 6%, up from the indicator at the beginning of 2017, according to infographics published on the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Facebook page.</p>
15:03, 15 January 2018
<p>The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has published a full list of Russian bills and coins with their photos featuring places of interest in the Russian occupied territory of Crimea, following Resolution No. 103 issued two weeks ago, according to UBR.ua.</p>
10:28, 31 October 2017
<p>The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has announced it does not plan to completely outlaw the use of Russian ruble banknotes in the country.</p>
12:59, 27 October 2017