UK Prime Minister Theresa May travels across Europe on Tuesday to find some of the top European Union (EU) leaders and discuss ways to save the agreement on Brexit, which has been closed with the bloc two weeks. May has appointments in the Netherlands, Germany and Brussels. His first meeting was with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. He will then hold a meeting with Angela Merkel. At 5 pm local time (1400 GMT), he will meet with the President of the European Council, the Polish Donald Tusk, in Belgium.
After his meeting with Rutte, the Dutchman said on Twitter that discussions with the British about Brexit were very "useful" without giving more details about what was discussed.