Romania and Ukraine have no bilateral problems that cannot be solved, but it is necessary to step up the dialogue at all levels, at the highest-level included, Ukrainian ambassador to Romania Teofil Bauer said on Wednesday, according to Agerpres. ‘Ukraine is consistent in its foreign policy, particularly as regards Romania. It is more than once that we have underscored our willingness and transparency with respect to examining and discussing the more complicated issues we have inherited from the past: all the matters, including the national minorities’ issue, Krivoy Rog plant, Bystroye Canal. I no longer want to cite the existing problems, which are being put off from one year to another, but I want to mention Ukraine’s willingness to resolve them to the interest of both countries. There are no problems in our bilateral relation that could not be solved. We merely need to step up the dialogue at all levels, at the highest-level included, in order to settle any problem’, Bauer told a conference organized by the National Institute for the Study of Totalitarianism. He stressed that Bucharest has rendered Ukraine ‘full support’ for its moves aimed at getting closer to the European Union. The ambassador underscored that Ukraine is a European country in terms of geography, culture and economy and Kiev’s signing the Association Agreement ‘will merely formalize this status’.