Brexit negotiators are to outline what advancement has been spawned so far as the final round of talks held come to an end.
The UK’s Brexit Secretary David Davis and the EU’s Michel Barnier will meet to assess the past four periods of talks held.
Groups of British and EU officials have been discussing citizen’s claims, the Irish frontier and separation issues, including UK business obligations.
The EU has said talks won’t move onto the subject of future trading until it magistrates there’s been adequate progress.
The two sides are converging for four days each month, with this week’s talks aimed at scoping out stations of divergence and common ground in those areas that have been identified as necessary urgent attention.