She stated this in an interview with Bloomberg.

"You see that the increase in the use of the Chinese currency is at the expense of the US dollar," Javorczyk said.

She explained that the imposition of sanctions against Russia gave "an impetus to countries to think about diversifying billing currencies, and in the long run this could undermine the dominant position of the dollar."

Earlier, the head of the analytical department of AMarkets, Artem Deev, said in an interview with RT that the BRICS countries have partially switched to mutual settlements in national currencies when trading with each other, in addition, options for creating their own universal unit of account are being discussed, therefore, according to his forecast, in 10-15 years the hegemony of the dollar may completely come to naught.