The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, interacted with his Spanish counterpart, Pedro Sanchez, through a telephone conversation. During these interactions, the Indian Prime Minister updated Minister Sanchez regarding India’s priorities for the presidency of the G-20.
PM Modi noted that through the presidency, India aims to promote oneness in line with the theme of Vasudhaiva Kutumbhakam. The theme indicates One Earth, One Family, One Future.
Meanwhile, The Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, has extended their unanimous support to the initiative by India during their G-20 Presidency. The two leaders have also committed to remaining in contact with each other.
The two leaders took to their respective social media to share updates regarding the meetings and interactions. They both termed these interactions with one another fruitful. PM Sanchez noted that he and his Indian counterpart have agreed to strengthen their bilateral relations,
Reports suggest that PM Modi and PM Sanchez discussed several issues of international and bilateral importance. During the interactions, the two world leaders review the number of ongoing bilateral initiatives. They also expressed their satisfaction with the recent increase in collaborations in the defence, economic and commercial sectors.
Accordingly, the ministers have further pledged to increase collaborations within the countries in defence, economic and commercial sectors. Notably, the relationship between India and Spain is in the developing stages. It is worth a mention that India shares a deep relationship with the European Union, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. Still, their relationship with Spain is yet to reach the same level.
In June 2022, Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jose Manuel Albares, visited India for the first high-level visit. During the said visit, the Minister of Foreign Affairs interacted with his Indian counterpart. In this meeting, the two leaders committed to deepening their relationship and adding .content to their bilateral relationship