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Mir cards stopped being accepted in Kazakhstan and Vietnam

According to Izvestia, credit organizations of countries that previously accepted Mir cards stop working with the Russian payment system.

Yesterday it became known that The largest Turkish banks Is Bankasi and DenizBank announced the termination of servicing Russian Mir cards. Now it is reported that Mir cards are no longer accepted in Kazakhstan and Vietnam.

The call center of the Vietnamese BIDV reported that they no longer accept cards from the Russian payment system Mir. BIDV continues to service VISA, Mastercard, Western Union, JCB, UnionPay cards.

Halyk Bank of Kazakhstan (Halyk Bank) also stopped accepting Mir cards, saying that Russian cards are not serviced either through terminals or through ATMs.

The press service of the Mir payment system and the Central Bank of the Russian Federation stated that foreign partners independently decide on opening their infrastructure for accepting Mir cards.

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