On 21st and 22nd of May 2024 it is possible to pick up the e-residency cards in Barcelona in the Honorary Consulate of Estonia.

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To Spain:

  • 2023 In the second half of the year – several high-level Estonian delegations visited Spain within the framework of Spain’s presidency of the Council of the European Union
  • December 2022 – Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology Kristjan Järvan at a digital seminar in Madrid and at the OECD ministerial meeting in Las Palmas
  • March 2022 – Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets meets with Foreign Minister José Manuel Albares Bueno in Madrid
  • January 2022 – Meeting of the Speaker of the Riigikogu Jüri Ratas with the Speaker of the Congress Meritxell Batet Lamaña in Madrid
  • November 2021 – Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets at the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Union for the Mediterranean in Barcelona
  • April 2021 – President Kersti Kaljulaid pays a working visit to Madrid to mark the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations
  • June 2018 – Foreign Minister Sven Mikser
  • June 2017 – Prime Minister Jüri Ratas
  • January 2017 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser at the Second Union of the Mediterranean Regional Forum in Barcelona; meeting with the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alfonso Dastis
  • November 2015 – Defence Minister Hannes Hanso on a visit. Participated in the NATO exercise Trident Juncture 2015 DV Day and met with Spain’s Defence Minister Pedro Morenés Eluate.
  • Aprill 2015 – Foreign Minister Keit Pentus-Rosimannus at a Southern Partnership meeting in Barcelona
  • September 2014 – Foreign Minister Urmas Paet on a working visit
  • December 2009 – Prime Minister Andrus Ansip on a working visit
  • February 2009 – Foreign Minister Urmas Paet on an official visit
  • July 2007 – President Toomas Hendrik Ilves on a state visit, with Foreign Minister Urmas Paet and Cultural Minister Laine Jänes in the delegation
  • October 2006 – Minister of Agriculture Ester Tuiksoo
  • February 2004 – Prime Minister Juhan Parts participated in a summit of the Right Wing and Christian Democrat Parties Alliance leaders, within the framework of which he met with Prime Minister José Maria Aznar
  • June 2002 – President of the Riigikogu Toomas Savi participated in a conference of the EU and candidate countries’ parliament leaders
  • February 2000 – Prime Minister Mart Laar participated in a forum of conservative parties in Madrid entitled “Europa 2010” and met with Prime Minister José María Aznar
  • November 1998 – President Lennart Meri opened the Estonian Embassy in Madrid and met with Spanish Prime Minister José Maria Aznar

To Estonia:

  • February 2024 – Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility Oscar Puente Santiago
  • September 2023 – Defense Minister Margarita Robles
  • July 2021 – Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez
  • April 2021 – Foreign Minister Arancha González Laya in Tallinn
  • January 2019 – President of the State Council María Teresa Fernández de la Vega
  • July 2017 – Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy
  • April 2017 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Alfonso Dastis
  • February 2015 – Minister of Defence Pedro Morenés Eulate
  • October 2013 – Minister of Foreign Affairs José Manuel García-Margallo
  • June 2011 – State Secretary for EU Affairs Diego López Garrido
  • May 2009 – King of Spain Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia on a state visit, with Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos in the delegation
  • September 2006 – Minister of Defence José Antonio Alonso Suįrez
  • July 2006 – State Secretary for the European Union Affairs Alberto Navarro Gonzàlez
  • May 2006 – Speaker of the Upper Chamber of the Spanish Parliament Javier Rojo
  • May 2006 – Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos
  • September 2003 – State Secretary for EU Affairs Ramón de Miguel Egea
  • September 2001 – Prime Minister José Maria Aznar
  • April 2001 – Minister of Foreign Affairs Josep Piqué i Camps