Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Spain is the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister since 1988. To Boost Bilateral Ties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Madrid on Wednesday as part of his four-nation tour.
On Monday, Modi embarked on a six-day, four-nation tour of Germany, Spain, Russia and France to boost India’s economic engagement with these nations and invite more investment.
When Narendra Modi visits Madrid, President of Spain Mariano Rajoy holds Mr. Modi at La Moncloa Palace.
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Gopal Baglay, Spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs,
“Hola Espana! Prime Minister Modi arrives in Madrid, first visit by an Indian Prime Minister in nearly three decades, is received by Spanish FM in a special gesture,”
Mr. Modi will hold discussions with his Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy.
Ministry of External Affairs said in a stated, “He (Modi) would also have a round-table interaction with leading Spanish business leaders who are keen to invest in India.
Also, stated that Prime Minister’s visit to Spain would add further strength to the existing warm and friendly India-Spain bilateral ties,”.