Old design hryvnia banknotes, 25-kopiika coins withdrawn from circulation.

From 1 October 2020, the National Bank of Ukraine withdraws from circulation 25-kopiika coins and old design hryvnia banknotes (introduced in circulation before 2003).

“25-kopiika coins and old design hryvnia banknotes (introduced in circulation before 2003) will cease being legal tender and will be withdrawn from circulation on 1 October 2020,” the NBU press service informs.

At the same time, Ukrainians will be able to exchange 25-kopiika coins and old banknotes introduced before 2003 without limitation and free of charge for coins and banknotes of other denominations and designs over the next three years: at all Ukrainian banks during one year after the withdrawal date through 30 September 2021; at the NBU and authorized banks (Oschadbank, PrivatBank, Raiffeisen Bank Aval, and FUIB) during three years after the withdrawal date through 30 September 2023.

As noted, 1- and 2-hryvnia banknotes of the 2003–2007 designs and circulating coins of 1 hryvnia of the old design minted before 2018 will for now remain legal tender.


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