Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov assured that there will be never a problem with buckwheat, he said during a meeting with journalists of Ukrainian TV channels, ForUm correspondent reports.

The Prime Minister reminded that the rise in prices for buckwheat in the late autumn of 2010 had certain reasons, including the number of planted area was less than necessary, massive droughts, crop was small and there were no reserves, which would regulate the situation.

According to Azarov, now buckwheat is planted in sufficient quantities. In addition, there are over stocks and necessary logistic arrangements.

The Prime Minister also noted that this year Ukraine has exported a record amount of grain - more than 18 million tons, which created sufficient supplies of flour and wheat, which exclude jumps in bread prices.

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