The Yemeni currency is falling amid a major humanitarian crisis, the dollar reaches 610 riyals

The Yemeni currency is falling amid a major humanitarian crisis, the dollar reaches 610 riyals

The Yemeni riyal continues to collapse in front of the foreign currency basket and the dollar price in Aden, the interim capital (south of the country) reached 610 riyals, amid signs of collapse more.

Bankers told the Al masdar online that the collapse of the riyal occurred within only two days and the decline of 60 riyals per dollar since last Tuesday.

The price of the Saudi Riyal reached 162 riyals.

This comes without the intervention of the Central Bank of Yemen and the Yemeni government in the collapse of the local currency, which saw the prices of basic commodities falling significantly, and the price of the petrol bear 20 liters to 9000 riyals in Sanaa.

The collapse of the local currency has exacerbated the collapse of the humanitarian situation, during which Yemenis complain of deteriorating economic conditions, with salaries dropping for about 23 consecutive months.


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