Spain’s PM says doesn’t agree with vetoes when asked on Trump policy

Spanish PM Rajoy delivers a year-end news conference at Moncloa palace in Madrid

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, when asked for his opinion on U.S. President Donald Trump’s latest immigration policy, said on Tuesday he didn’t agree with vetoes and that the world would not follow suit.

“I’m not in favor of vetoes or of borders, nor do I believe that the world is heading in this direction,” Rajoy said on the sidelines of a conference in Madrid.

(Reporting by Paul Day)