India and Spain must work together in combating terrorism as both are victims of it, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday (May 31).
Modi, who is on a second-leg of his four-nation tour, met Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in Madrid on Wednesday and highlighted the need for joint cooperation against terrorism.
He said no country was spared from terrorism and it has emerged as a challenge for humanity.
The two countries on Wednesday signed seven agreements, including on cyber-security.
Modi also praised his Spanish counterpart for taking steps to further economic development in the country.
Seeking to invite investment in the country, Modi said economic reforms were taking place in India too on war-footing and deepening of ties would benefit both the countries.
PM Modi also called on Spanish King Felipe VI during his two-day stay in the country.
Modi’s next stop is Russia. He is on a six-day tour to Germany, Spain, Russia, and France to seek investments and boost trade ties.