The member states of the European Union are ready to sign the deal between the EU and Great Britain concerning the Brexit process. They are still indecisive however, on another potential Brexit delay.
Justin Trudeau opens the Canada-EU summit by praising their free trade deal while European Council president Donald Tusk calls Canada the bloc's "closest transatlantic partner"
European leaders and Prime Minister Theresa May agree on a short delay to Britain's divorce from the European Union in the hope of ensuring an orderly Brexit.
The EU urges the US, China and Russia to work together to ease worsening global trade tensions, warning that they could otherwise spiral into "conflict and chaos".
China and the EU signed their first joint declaration since 2015 following a meeting between Juncker, European Council President Donald Tusk and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
EU President Donald Tusk has dismissed plans for post-Brexit relations with London, reportedly devised by the British government, as "based on pure illusion".
Last week, former UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, who has been one of the strongest voices behind Brexit, caused a stir by suggesting he was close to backing calls for a second referendum.
EU President Donald Tusk warns that Poland's right-wing government could try to drive the country out of the EU if it stops being a net recipient of bloc funding.