In the meeting held at the headquarters of the State Department in Washington, described as "cordial" by Borrell, both have noted the "good state" of bilateral relations.
Among other issues, the minister and the secretary of state have addressed the major global challenges, as well as issues related to Venezuela, Cuba, China and the transatlantic relationship.
In this regard, the Secretary of State of the United States thanked Spain for its "efforts" in the crisis in Venezuela, an issue on which Borrell recalled that the Spanish Government supports the call for free and democratic elections but that it rules out any kind of Military intervention.
Among other issues of bilateral interest, Borrell and Pompeo have also exchanged views on international news, including Russia's aggression in the Black Sea, in reference to the three Ukrainian Navy ships captured by Russian border guards.
They have also talked about the "joint efforts" in NATO and the importance of meeting the objectives of defense spending they made at the summit held by the Alliance in Wales in September 2014 to invest at least 2 percent of their GDP in Defense.