Current Affairs
Payments outside Euro Zone to return to normal on Monday

The Bank of Valletta said services from its branches making payments to third countries outside the Euro Zone will return to normal as from next Monday.

This service has remained suspended following last week’s cyber attack.

In a statement the Bank said that meanwhile it is working to ensure this service is also restored through Internet Banking.

It was explained that services for Euro Zone payments had been activated last week and are proceeding normally. Most of the Bank’s services are now proceeding normally.

Salary payments and social benefits, both locally and internationally are taking place in the normal manner. Internet Banking services are also proceeding normally.

The cyber attack is being investigated in a Magisterial Inquiry.

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