India, Spain hold foreign office consultations, discuss post-Covid recovery priorities
India and Spain discussed ways to strengthen economic, business, cultural, scientific, educational and people-level cooperation
India and Spain held their 6th foreign office consultations in a virtual format on Tuesday.
Indian side led by Vikas Swarup, Secretary(West) in the Ministry of External Affairs discussed a number of regional, global issues of common interest, including multilateral cooperation at international for a and counter-terrorism during the meet with Spanish side which was led by Cristina Gallach, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
The two sides also exchanged views on Covid-19 response and in the context of post-Covid recovery priorities, they discussed their reforms and opportunities for enhancing bilateral economic cooperation.
The two sides also reviewed agreements under consideration and ways to strengthen economic, business, cultural, scientific, educational and people-level cooperation. They agreed to take forward the bilateral agenda, including through exchanges between the two sides.
Both sides welcomed the outcomes of the recent 15th India-EU Summit.