MADRID Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, who arrived here Tuesday on a two-day official visit, will discuss bilateral relations between Pakistan and Spain with his counterpart and others. Prime Minister Gilani who is heading a high-level Pakistani delegation is expected to sign three important agreements with the government of Spain. Pakistan and Spain will discuss roadmap for future bilateral relations, and are likely to sign three agreements including Strategic Comprehensive Framework Agreement, bilateral agreement to curb terrorism and avoidance of double taxation, a senior Foreign Office official informed TheNation. He said that the strategic bilateral framework would cover a number of areas regarding cooperation in various fields including agriculture, fishery, energy, defence and culture. Official sources informed that this visit is a part of Prime Minister Gilanis economic diplomacy. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim and Minister of State for Information Samsam Ali Bukhari as well as parliamentarians are accompanying the Prime Minister. A press brief issued to the media stated that the visit took place immediately before the second Pakistan-EU summit that is scheduled for June 4 in Brussels under the Spanish presidency of the European Union. During the visit, the Prime Minister would underline both countries commitment to strengthen political, economic, defence and cultural relations. During his two-day visit to Spain, the Prime Minister would meet the Spanish leadership and hold talks with the Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez as well as Mayor of Madrid Alberto Ruiz Gallardon. Pakistan and Spain share common interest and aspirations and the foreign Ministers of both the countries have held regular bilateral policy consultations. Over the past few years, important high-level visits from Pakistan to Spain have taken place. On the second leg of his official visit to Brussels, the Prime Minister will reach Brussels for the second Pak-EU summit on June 3 and 4 and the Summit will be co-chaired by the Prime Minister and President of the EU Council Herman Van Rompuy. During his visit, the Prime Minister is also scheduled to meet President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barraso and President of EU parliament Jerzy Buzek. Pakistan has traditionally enjoyed close and cordial relations with the EU and its member states. The EU is the worlds largest trading bloc and also Pakistans largest trading partner. Collectively EU countries have the largest share in investments in Pakistan and have an important development assistance programme for Pakistan (75 million Euros per annum under Multiple Indicative Programme (2011-13). President Asif Ali Zardari visited Brussels for the first ever Pakistan-EU summit on June 17, 2009 and a joint statement was issued after the summit, which is comprehensive document containing a futuristic vision of enhanced cooperation in all aspects of the EU-Pakistan relationship. During the Summit, the EU and Pakistan agreed to jointly work towards enhanced market access. For this purpose, they have decided to start a dedicated dialogue along with existing working level contacts to enhance the bilateral trade through a possible Free Trade Agreement.