The fulfillment by Kyiv of those obligations necessary to achieve the signing of the Association Agreement with the European Union demonstrates Ukraine's commitment, but still there are unsettled issues that have to be tackled, EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fule said.

His statement was distributed in Brussels on Wednesday following his meeting with National Security and Defense Council Secretary Andriy Kliuyev, Interfax – Ukraine reported.

Kliuyev coordinates Ukraine's activities in the sphere of European integration.

''The set of documents adopted by Ukraine to ensure the follow up of the EU's policy of engagement reflect its determination to achieve the objective of signing the Association Agreement and its deep and comprehensive Free Trade Area by the time of the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius," Fule said.

''Our on-going screening of Ukraine's envisaged actions shows that some outstanding issues require additional attention," he said.

The meeting provided an opportunity to take stock of the actions taken by Ukraine to follow up on the commitments discussed at the February 25 European Union-Ukraine Summit as reflected in the joint statement.

The meeting was an occasion for an in-depth look into several matters related to the three areas identified in the conclusions of the December 10, 2012 Foreign Affairs Council, and the preparations needed to ensure a successful Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius.

"Ukraine needs a majority that creates an environment that is conducive for dialogue as strongly as it needs a constructive opposition that can fully assume its responsibility towards the Ukrainian people," Fule said.

He also welcomed the fact that the European agenda was becoming a consolidating factor in Ukrainian domestic politics.

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