The three EU leaders will hold a second set of talks tomorrow (Monday)

Reuters reporting.

The leaders of Germany, France and Italy will meet tomorrow to discuss how to keep the European project together in the second set of talks between the premiers of the Eurozone's three largest economies since Britain's Brexit vote.

Italy's Renzi hosts Merkel and Hollande on an island off the coast of Naples ahead of September's EU summit called to discuss reverberations from the Brexit vote.

Officials in Brussels and Berlin fear the June 23 vote could lead to a referendum in the Netherlands - a founding member of the union - on whether to also leave the bloc.

Noting that the aim was to prepare for the groundwork for the forthcoming Bratislava summit a French source says:

"Monday aims to show the unity of Europe's three biggest countries, but not to create a specific club"

Reuters add:

The three leaders differ over how to boost economic growth - which slowed across the 28-nation bloc in the second quarter and stagnated in France and Italy - and cut unemployment.

France supports Renzi's push for expansionary measures and against austerity, Germany is likely to oppose any undermining of Europe's deficit and the debt constraints that Italy and France have struggled to comply with.

Italy is eager for greater European consolidation in the wake of Brexit, but Merkel is more concerned about preserving the integrity of the eventual 27-member bloc

Full article here .

Hollande and Merkel off to see Italy's Renzi for another post-Brexit pow-wow