The Central Bank of Uzbekistan has set foreign exchange rates, which will be effective from July 14 this year.
According to the regulator, the US dollar rose by 14.91 soums and amounted to 10,935.19 soums.
The euro, in the meantime, fell by 76.77 soums. Now €1 amounts to 10,975.65 soums.
In addition, the Russian ruble rose in price by 9.68 soums and amounted to 187.17 soums.
As it can be seen from the above figures, the euro and US dollar rates in Uzbekistan are almost equal in value.
Rates are set without the obligation of the Central Bank to buy or sell currency at a given rate.