"We will sow crop and gather the harvest irrespectively of the exchange rate. There are 600 thousand tons of oil in the governmental reserves. Regarding the food, we will be able to feed the country and even sell part of agricultural products to receive currency. As for the rest - the prices stabilize when the exchange rate does," Yatseniuk said.
The prime minister noted that the fuss over the currency exchange market may last for several months but revaluation of the hryvnia can be expected in the second half of the year.