MOSCOW, 4 Oct – Novosti. Promsvyazbank (PSB) will continue to develop its network in the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, in particular, it will soon begin lending to the population, the bank’s press service told Novosti.
The PSB noted that since June of this year they have been actively working in the DPR and LPR, as well as in the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions.
“PSB will continue to develop a network of branches in these regions and will gradually expand the range of products and services provided to residents and businesses, in particular, lending will become available to the population in the very near future,” the message says.
Currently, the bank is involved as a financial partner in the development of industrial, transport, housing infrastructure in new regions, in the implementation of key socio-economic projects, develops financial services in these territories and provides banking support for the most important social functions, such as ensuring the uninterrupted payment of pensions and benefits residents.
Among the services provided to individuals and legal entities, the bank provides the opening of accounts, the issuance of bank cards, the payment for the services of suppliers, the development of daily banking for customers, and so on, the credit institution explained.
Referendums on the entry of the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into the Russian Federation were held on September 23-27. According to the results of processing 100% of the ballots in the DPR, 99.23% of those who voted for joining the Russian Federation, in the LPR – 98.42%, in the Kherson region – 87.05%, in the Zaporozhye region – 93.11%.
On September 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke in the Kremlin following the results of referendums in the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, after which he signed agreements with their heads on the admission of regions into Russia. Later, the Constitutional Court of Russia recognized these treaties as corresponding to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. The State Duma adopted the relevant documents on October 3.
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