Etiquetas

27.05.2022

Closer and smoother cooperation between Barcelona and India

This was the wish expressed by the Indian Leaders at the farewell lunch held with the Barcelona City Council. Resumen PDF del Programa

The Indian Leaders Programme 2022 concluded with a luncheon hosted by Felip Roca, Director of International Relations of the Barcelona City Council, which was also attended by Pau Solanilla, Commissioner for City Promotion of the Barcelona City Council, and Bettina Stollar, Programme Director for Asia-Pacific at the International Relations Department of the Barcelona City Council.

Both the representatives of the Barcelona City Council and the Leaders had the opportunity to make an assessment of the visits made in Barcelona. The Indian Leaders were impressed by the high degree of innovation of the city and the great Smart Cities projects that Barcelona has brought to fruition, as well as by the amazing transformation of the 22@ District. They also showed great interest in seeking closer and smoother cooperation between the Barcelona City Council and India. 

Twitter Feed

📢 El @malaga homenajea la memoria de la bailarina #española Anita Delgado, princesa de #Kapurthala🇪🇸🇮🇳 ➡️La nueva… https://t.co/2wKCyNEUEu
08-Aug-2022 17:15
Alumnos de @UVa_es de su Máster en #RRII y Estudios Asiáticos visitaron @MAECgob y @esc_espana gracias a… https://t.co/ijdBdq4IXo
08-Aug-2022 16:54

Contact

Plaza Marqués de Salamanca, 8
Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Unión Europea y de Cooperación 
28006 Madrid (ESPAÑA)
T +34 91 379 17 21
contacto@spain-india.org

 

Newsletter

Complete the form
ABERTIS
ACCIONA
AYUNTAMIENTO DE BARCELONA
AMALA
AYUNTAMIENTO DE MADRID
CAIXABANK
CÁMARA DE COMERCIO DE ESPAÑA
CASA ASIA
CASA DE LA INDIA
CENTRO PARA EL DESARROLLO TECNOLÓGICO INDUSTRIAL
CHAINCORP
FUNDACIÓN RAMÓN ARECES
ICEX
IE
INDRA
INSTITUTO CERVANTES
MINISTERIO DE ASUNTOS EXTERIORES, UNIÓN EUROPEA Y COOPERACIÓN
MINISTERIO DE CULTURA Y DEPORTE
Ministerio de Industria, Comercio y Turismo
UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID
© Fundación Consejo España India