Stalin seeks Spanish investments in aerospace, defence

Addressing the industrialists in Madrid, Stalin said that Spain is the sixth largest trading nation with the state….reports Asian Lite News

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin — who is currently on a visit to Spain — has invited industrial investments for aerospace, defence, pharmaceuticals, water filtration, food processing and other sectors.

Addressing the industrialists in Madrid, Stalin said that Spain is the sixth largest trading nation with the state.

“Like Spain being the fourth largest economy in Europe, Tamil Nadu is the second largest economy among the Indian states,” the Chief Minister said.

He added that he had visited UAE, Singapore and Japan to attract investments and will be travelling to the USA and Australia for the same purpose.

Stalin meets Djokovic

MK Stalin had a chance encounter with 24-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic while enroute to Spain.

Stalin took to X (formerly Twitter) to share the photo from their “surprise” in-flight moment.

“Surprise in the skies. Met tennis legend Novak Djokovic en route to Spain,” MK Stalin wrote in a post.

The tennis superstar spent the past few weeks in Australia for the Australian Open and the United Cup. On Friday, the Serb fell to eventual champion Jannik Sinner in the men’s singles semifinals of the season’s opening major tournament in Melbourne.

Djokovic was the favourite to win the men’s singles title following a 33-match winning streak at the Australian Open. However, Djokovic’s four-year winning streak came to an end as Sinner defeated the World No. 1 in four-set clash.

Recently the 24-time Grand Slam champion reflected on his previous visit to Indi, which was ten years ago. Djokovic plans to visit India soon to see its beauty, history, culture, and spirituality.

“I have been to India only once so far in my life. It was, I think, 10 or 11 years ago. I came to play an exhibition event in New Delhi for two days. It was a very short stay. So, I really hope that I will be able to come back in the near future, too, because I have a great desire, great wish to explore your beautiful country that has so much history, so much culture to offer to the world and spirituality as well. It’s amazing,” the 36-year-old told Sony Sports.

Djokovic had also talked about his bond with Virat and described a trip to India.

Speaking to Sony Sports Network, Djokovic said, “Virat Kohli and I have been texting a little bit for a few years and we never got the chance to meet in person. But it was really a privilege and honour to listen to him speak nicely about me and I obviously admire his career, and achievement and everything he has done.” (IANS/ANI)

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