The NBU has included the Pakistani rupee in the list of foreign currencies against which it sets the official hryvnia exchange rates once a month, and dropped the Ghanaian cedi and the new Taiwan dollar from this list. In addition, the NBU has changed the frequency of setting the official hryvnia exchange rate against the Azerbaijani manat from daily to monthly.
These changes have taken place due to developments in trade turnover between Ukraine and the respective countries. The currency list has been updated in accordance with the Regulation On Setting the Official Hryvnia Exchange Rate against Foreign Currencies and Calculating the Reference Hryvnia Exchange Rate against the U.S. Dollar and Accounting Prices of Investment Metals approved by NBU Board Resolution No. 148 dated 10 December 2019. The changes take effect on 31 March 2021.
Other lists of foreign currencies and investment metals have remained unchanged.
The update outlined above was approved by NBU Order No. 210-но On Approval of Lists of Foreign Currencies and Investment Metals dated 30 March 2021.