Luis de Guindos said slowdown in growth in Catalonia, which accounts to around a fifth of Spanish GDP, was hampering the eurozone's fourth largest economy as a whole.
The Spanish government has provided a total of €94.4 million to the agency since 2007, according to UNRWA
Mariano Rajoy says next stage of negotiations should begin quickly
Carles Puigdemont running to retake presidency after restive region rocked by independence vote and arrests of leaders
Alfonso Dastis’ remark came at joint press conference with his Palestine counterpart Riyad al- Maliki
Belgian judge defers decision to Dec. 4, process to extradite former separatist politicians to Spain could take three months
The number of migrants arriving by sea on Spanish shores has soared over last year, with the figure nearly tripling to 15,585 in 2017 by November 8, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Spain’s Supreme Court grants bail to independence politicians
Turkey also signs letter of intent with consortium to explore joint production of anti-ballistic missile system
Deposed Catalan president and four members of his separatist cabinet are now wanted by European law
Carles Puigdemont in Belgium after Spanish attorney general calls for ex-Catalan president to face charges
Barcelona’s streets filled with protesters, waving Spanish flags, concentrating against Friday’s independence declaration
As Spain imposes direct rule on the semi-autonomous region after an independence declaration by Catalan lawmakers, with its interior ministry taking control of the Mossos d'Esquadra, the force's roughly 16,000 members are in turmoil.
Madrid appoints Spanish Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria to replace ex-Catalan President Carles Puigdemont
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Rajoy says Catalan president, vice-president and regional ministers have been already dismissed, calls regional elections
As thousands rallied in Madrid in support of Spanish unity, Carles Puigdemont's office said he would make a speech at the seat of the regional government at 2:30 pm (1230 GMT).
EU's heavyweight Germany says sovereignty and territorial integrity of Spain remain inviolable
Prime Minister Trudeau calls for peaceful discussion to end turmoil
Catalonia's regional parliament declared independence from Spain on Friday in a disputed vote that is now likely to be declared illegal by Spain's constitutional court.
For its part, the Catalan parliament, where pro-secession parties hold sway, will meet in Barcelona where a proposal to vote on splitting from Spain could work its way onto the floor.