The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran, Mohammad Reza Farzin, announced that 5 billion and 573 million euros of frozen Iranian funds have been deposited in the accounts of 6 Iranian banks with two Qatari banks, explaining that work is underway to access Iran's foreign exchange resources frozen in many countries.

Farzin said in a television interview: On the 10th of last month, all inaccessible Iranian funds that were held in South Korean banks and the Mellet Bank branch in Seoul were transferred to the account of the Swiss Central Bank for conversion into euros, while today the frozen funds were transferred to the accounts of Iranian banks with two Qatari banks.

The Governor of the Central Bank stressed that all the resources obtained are the Central Bank's foreign exchange reserves, and are used in accordance with the national interest.

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