Theresa May has arrived in Valetta, Malta, for a European Union summit where countries will discuss defence and the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
The prime minister is expected to meet German chancellor Angela Merkel face-to-face in the margins of the summit, and also talk with Spain's Mariano Rajoy and Austria's Christian Kern.
She is also expected to have a brief "brush by" meeting with Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.
More than 700 people have been rescued from the Mediterranean in the last 36 hours.
The UK will offer help to Latin American and Asian countries which need migrants, to be able to take them in.
The European Union summit will see leaders discuss the migrant crisis between Italy and Libya, defence and Nato, and Donald Trump.