The collapse of the Syrian lira triggers uncontainable humanitarian crises


The Syrian Lira in northern and eastern Syria has recently seen a fall against the US dollar, as it recorded 3200 lira for sale and 3100 lira for purchase against the dollar, leading to the closing of some of exchanging houses and the freezing of financial transactions until the exchange rate stabilized. The people of Qamishli suspect traders of fabricating this financial crisis for the benefit of interest and market influence while huge amounts are moved outside the country without buying food or supplies to satisfy the market needs. Meanwhile, citizens point out that the collapse of the currency’s value was followed by an insane rise in the prices of basic goods and drugs, which contributed to the disappearance of all of them in the market, which forecasts uncontainable humanitarian crises.

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