Ukrainian authorities have announced the intention to open new crossing points on the border with Romania, in the Chernivtsi region, to facilitate the transport of goods and the movement of people, after the latest traffic jams. According to the Ukrainian authorities, in addition to the Dyakivtsi-Rackovets crossing point, which will be put into use in the coming period, two more new customs points are being prepared: the one between Sepit and Izvoarele Sucevei and another between Rusca and Ulma. They have not been operating since 2010. The traffic through the Siret border crossing, which had recorded unprecedented values, is much smoother than at the end of last year, when there were queues of over 40 kilometers on the Ukrainian side, but there are still problems due to power cuts caused by the situation in neighboring Ukraine.