"Romania is reconfirming its commitment to the achievement of the Nabucco project in a context in which the Russian-Ukrainian dispute showed the vulnerability of the European states as far as their energy supply and energy resource diversification are concerned," said Videanu.
"We have to focus on an intergovernmental agreement to make the Nabucco project come true. We have concluded agreements in principle at governmental level with Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary and Austria that will materialise at a future meeting," said Videanu.
Attending the Nabucco summit are government officials from 12 countries involved in the project.
Romania's delegation is headed by Economy Minister Adriean Videanu and is made up of officials of Transgaz, the main natural gas distributor in Romania.