The Central Bank of Uzbekistan has set new foreign exchange rates, which will be effective from June 30 this year.
According to the regulator, the US dollar grows in price by 59.70 soums and amounts to 10,860.25 soums.
The euro, in the meantime, falls by 19.34 soums to 11,414.12 soums.
The Russian ruble also shows a slight increase – by 8.55 soums, reaching the mark of 212.43 soums per ruble.
Rates are set without the obligation of the Central Bank to buy or sell currency at a given rate.