MADRID, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- The city of Malaga in the south of Spain is the venue for the XXV bilateral summit between Spain and France scheduled on Monday, according to a press release issued by the Spanish Prime Minister's Office on Saturday.
Malaga was chosen for the venue of the meeting between Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and the President of the French Republic Francios Hollande, said the release.
The meeting takes on a new significance given that Rajoy was finally returned to power at the end of October 2016, while France will see its general elections in April and May.
Besides the meeting between Rajoy and Holland, there will also be meetings between the ministers and secretaries of state of various departments, including Foreign Ministries, Justice, Interior, Public works, Culture and Sport, Economy and Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda.
The two leaders will also give a joint press conference in the Malaga Pompidou Center after their meeting, according to the release.
Issues of Europe, such as the problems posed by the Brexit, will be high on the agenda, said the release.