"The election of the President is not a reason for the resignation of the prime minister," Hroisman said
"I think we will work until October," he added.
"We need to look at the authority of each institution and draw conclusions from this. I would not like to comment on any rumors, speculations. Ukraine will be fine," the prime minister told reporters in Kyiv on Thursday while answering a question about a possible collapse in the country in case of showman Volodymyr Zelenskyi wins the presidential race in Ukraine.
The second round of the presidential elections where Zelenskyi will compete with incumbent President Petro Poroshenko, is scheduled for April 21.