Does the world need an ECB repo facility for central banks?

The European Central Bank’s (ECB) recent decision to provide a Euro repo facility to non-Euro area central banks through June 2021 was an interesting one, suggesting that like the dollar, international demand for the Euro may be constrained by market forces. Looking at the data, is the Euro now important enough to argue that this type of facility is needed, and should it be made permanent?
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