Referring to the European agency for coordinating national energy regulatory agencies, the President admitted that Romania’s steps started too late.
„Here I was one of those to suggest postponing the decision till December for the very reason that our steps started very late and most steps had to be raised to the level of heads of state, heads of government and we had to save what could still be saved in the end.
However Romania is substantially supported, it needs two more votes to enter the second round and I am asking the Romanian diplomacy to get these two votes,” said Traian Basescu.
In early June, in Brussels, Romania announced its candidacy for hosting the European agency for coordinating national energy regulatory agencies. Another two candidates are Slovenia and Slovakia.