New restrictions to stop the spread of the new coronavirus went into effect Sunday in two regions in Spain.
France and Spain have both reported large daily rises in coronavirus cases amid fears that parts of Europe could be hit by a second wave later in the year.
Spanish firefighters and military emergency personnel battled amid blistering heat on Monday to control a wildfire in the Madrid region.
NAJA International Police Chief Second Brigadier General Hadi Shirzad and the Ambassador of Spain, Eduardo López Busquets met and held talks on the development of police diplomacy relations between the two countries.
Spain said Thursday 440 people died in the past 24 hours from the new coronavirus, a slight increase for the third day running, bringing the overall death toll to 22,157.
People in Barcelona hunker down for the fifth week in a row in fear of a COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed the lives of over 4,000 people across Catalonia.
As of Thursday, the number of cases of the novel coronavirus has reached more than 938,348 in the world.
In Spain, the coronavirus death toll rose by a record 838 cases overnight to 6,528.
Spain set up police checks at its land borders with France and Portugal on Tuesday and turned back foreigners attempting to enter.
35 Iranian travel agencies are participating at the 40th International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) in Madrid, Spain.