David Cameron is to meet European Union leaders for the first time since the UK voted to leave.
Cameron will sit down with EU President Donald Tusk, before the European Council meets in the day.
Afterwards, the British prime minister will “clarify the scenario” to his fellow leaders over a dinner, in accordance with an invitation letter from Tusk.
The EU leaders will likely stress a readiness to negotiate, but just after London binds itself into a tight two-year leave schedule.
The leaders of France, Germany and Italy met in Berlin and said Europe needed to react to its people’s anxieties by establishing clear targets to enhance the market, security and prospects for young folks.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has seemed to take a softer line on Britain’s choice than some European leaders, She said: “neither a brake nor an accelerator” to control events, adding: “We just don’t want an impasse.”