'I thank the government and people of Spain for their remarkable hospitality during my visit, during which significant ground was covered,' Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
'India-Spain ties are all set to grow and this will benefit the people of both our nations' he said in another tweet.
'Prime Minister Modi wound up a successful visit to Spain, departed for St Petersburg, Russia,' Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted.
In the Russian city of St Petersburg, Modi will hold the18th India-Russia annual Summit with President Vladimir Putin tomorrow and attend the St Petersburg International Economic Forum the next day. -- PTI
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