Spain and the European Commission won appeals backing their opposition to changes to Gibraltar’s tax system they deemed to be illegal state aid for offshore companies.
Britain and Spain agreed to a dialogue on whether fees could be imposed on people crossing the Spanish border with the U.K. territory of Gibraltar.
Britain summoned Spain’s ambassador in London to the Foreign Office to protest an incursion by a Spanish ship into Gibraltar waters, exacerbating a dispute over the sovereignty of the territory.
Gibraltar agreed to buy electricity from an ocean energy plant being developed by Eco Wave Power.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said that meetings to solve the dispute over Gibraltar should include officials from the region of Andalusia as well as representatives of the enclave alongside the U.K. and Spain.