This was reported on the regulator's website.

"The volume of international reserves as of October 15 amounted to $ 620.3 billion, having increased over the week by $ 4.9 billion, or 0.8%," the statement said.

It is noted that the increase occurred mainly due to the positive revaluation, as well as the purchase of foreign currency within the framework of the budget rule.

Earlier, the Central Bank predicted annual inflation in September at about 7%.