Failure to reach a Brexit deal would be 'catastrophic' for the UK, the Welsh Finance Secretary, Mark Drakeford has warned.
With negotiations showing little to no progress, he says a no-deal would would have 'dire economic, security and social consequences.'
The cabinet Secretary will meet Guy Verhofstadt MEP, the European Parliament’s Brexit negotiator, as part of a two day visit to Brussels.
He will highlight the Welsh Government's priorities for leaving the EU - particularly access to the single market, migration which protects the Welsh economy, and a transition period.
Over the two days, he will also meet Sir Tim Barrow, the UK Permanent Representative to the EU and key figures from the European Parliament.