Ukrainian subsidiary of Sberbank of Russia lifts daily limits for transactions using corporate cards
Sberbank (Kyiv) from March 28 lifted earlier imposed daily limits for transactions using corporate cards, the bank has reported on its website.
According to the report, the daily limits for withdrawing cash from card accounts and any cashless transactions from card accounts were annulled.
As reported, on March 28 all branches of Sberbank resumed their operations.
In mid-March, the representatives of nationalist organizations in the center of Kyiv walled in the entrance to the central office of Sberbank.
In addition, as of March 24 Sberbank branches in Dnipro, Zaporizhia, Sumy and Vinnytsia had been blocked.
The National Corps party, whose representatives have been blocking the Ukrainian banks with Russian capital holdings, stated on March 27 that it was temporarily suspending the blockade so people could withdraw their savings. The activists said that they were planning the next stage of the blockade until full closure of all Sberbank of Russia offices in Ukraine.
On Tuesday morning several activists started removing concrete slabs outside the central office of the Sberbank of Russia subsidiary in Kyiv.