Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is holding a bilateral meeting with UK Prime Minister Theresa May in Austria this morning.
Brexit discussions are underway between the pair at the informal EU meeting in Salzburg.
The Taoiseach is joined at the meeting by Minister for European Affairs, Helen McEntee.
Starting second day at #SalzburgSummit by meeting @theresa_may with @HMcEntee for #Brexit update. Then busy day of meetings with @EuropeanCouncil leaders on internal security and more Brexit talks pic.twitter.com/ioHYUUXgOU
— Leo Varadkar (@campaignforleo) September 20, 2018
At a dinner last night, Mrs May said that there would be no second referendum and no delay to the withdrawal date in March.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is hoping a deal can be made.
"No deal and a hard Brexit would be difficult for Europe but it would be terrible for the UK," he said.
"The reason why we as European Union and we as Austrians would like to have a compromise is that we think that it is better for both."