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Spain declared control over the situation with coronavirus in the country

The situation with coronavirus in Spain at the moment is under control, new outbreaks are identified in time, it follows from the common message of the ministries of health and foreign Affairs after the announcement of the UK on the resumption of 14-day quarantine for visitors from Spain.

Earlier it was reported that the British government has ruled out Spain, where in recent years the situation has deteriorated with a coronavirus, from a list of countries, upon arrival of which do not need to undergo 14-day quarantine.

Spain will provide developing countries the means to fight COVID-19

Spain will provide developing countries with 1.7 billion euros for the confrontation of the epidemic of the coronavirus COVID-19 in the next two years, said the Minister of foreign Affairs Arantxa gonzález Laya.

The Council of Ministers at its meeting on Tuesday approved the strategy for assistance to the most needy countries. "It is true, if Spain will demonstrate solidarity with developing countries, especially those regions, to whom Spain has special obligations," said Laya at a press conference following the meeting of the government. Most of the aid going to Latin American countries.

Spain was not against the presentation environment to create an EU Fund

Spain was not against the presentation environment to create an EU Fund for economic recovery, said the foreign Minister of this country, Arantxa gonzález Laya.

"Spain's position clear – we do not refuse from preconditions and not against good governance that will inspire confidence. But we want it to be in the framework of trust, clarity and transparency," the Minister said in an interview with radio station Cadena Ser.

The Spanish foreign Minister and NATO Secretary General discussed the "complicated relations with Russia"

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Spain Arantxa gonzález Laya and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held talks in Madrid, which discussed relations with Russia.

"The conversation was around actual events of the organization at that moment when she confronts many challenges, from the complex relations with Russia in the East, to instability in the southern Mediterranean, as well as the need to strengthen transatlantic relations", - stated in the message of the Spanish foreign Ministry.