While Kiev politicians fight over Russia's expansion and its threat against the country, in South West Ukraine there is another foreign policy conflict, Ukranian publication Segodnia reads. In a meeting with the European Commission Johannes Hahn, Kiev's PM Nikolai Azarov talked about the latest problem in Ukraine's relations with Romania: We are concerned about Romania's position who currently extends the Danube to reorient traffic towards their ports, Azarov declared.

The Commission did not promise support on the issue and evoked only the necessity to reach a solution viable for both Romanians and Ukrainians. Romanians behaves as Ukraine permits it to behave, Ukranian Deputy Andrei Skil declared.