The Scottish and Catalan governments are looking at how they could work together to boost the economy of both their areas.
Pere Aragones, the Catalan vice-president, said he had met First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Sunday.
The two administrations are looking at how they can “co-operate in economic, in cultural and social policies”.
Mr Aragones told a fringe meeting at yesterday’s SNP annual conference in Glasgow that Catalan ministers already had a “very good relationship with the Scottish Government”.
He said: “It was a very productive meeting. Nicola was the first political leader outside Catalonia that asked the Spanish Government to stop violence against Catalonia, so we are very conscious of that.”