The Central Bank of Uzbekistan has set new foreign exchange rates, which will be effective from March 10 this year.
According to the regulator, the US dollar rose by 21.41 soums and amounted to 10,918.68 soums.
The unique European currency also rose in price by 146.62 soums. Now one euro can be exchanged for 11,977.79 soums.
In addition, the Russian ruble rose by 0.69 soums and amounted to 80.58 soums.
It should be recalled that the rates are set without the Central Bank’s obligation to buy or sell currency at this rate.
Earlier it was reported that commercial banks in Uzbekistan raised the rate of buying and selling foreign currency. One dollar costs an average of 10,945 soums.