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King Felipe Receives Icelandic President in First Visit to Spain in 30 Years

MADRID Ė King Felipe VI received Icelandic President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in the first visit for the countryís head of state to Spain in 30 years and with whom the royal had the opportunity to examine the Nordic nationís relations and bilateral cooperation with the EU, officials said.

The king welcomed Olafur on Tuesday at the Zarzuela Palace in Madrid and, after posing for the media and exchange a few words, the two held a meeting in the monarchís office, which was attended by Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo.

Spanish Ambassador to Reykjavik Antonio Lopez Martinez and Icelandic Ambassador to Madrid Berglind Asgeirsdottir as well as the presidentís head of cabinet Ornolfur Thorsson were also present in the meeting.

Olafurís visit to Spain fundamentally has a focus on business and, apart from Madrid, will also include a stop in Barcelona.


 

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