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Spainís King Felipe VI Welcomes Ecuadorís President to Madrid

MADRID Ė King Felipe VI of Spain welcomed Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno to the Royal Zarzuela Palace in the outskirts of Madrid on Thursday, where the pair discussed bilateral cooperation between their nations.

It was the second time in just eight months that Moreno met the king in the Spanish capital and this time they were joined by Ecuadorís foreign minister Jose Valencia and Spainís secretary of state for Ibero-American relations Juan Pablo de Laiglesia as well as the respective ambassadors.

Moreno, who is on a two-day visit, later met with Spainís Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, with whom he was to sign an agreement on political cooperation in the ambit of security and the fight against international organized crime.

 

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