The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank now has 77 members, after its Board of governors approved the decision to accept seven new members.
Three of the approved appeals came from prospective regional members: Bahrain, Cyprus and Samoa, and the rest from non-regional members: Bolivia, Chile, Greece and Romania.
For formal adoption in the Bank, new members must complete all internal procedures, as well as to make the down payment.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has officially started operations in January 2016, when its founders were 57 countries. As of March 2017, the number of members of the Bank reached 70.
Subscribe to UzReport.uz
in Telegram, to be the first to know about the main news and important events of the day.