The Northern Ireland secretary will be due to visit Dublin on Tuesday to discuss Brexit in addition to the political stalemate at Stormont.
James Brokenshire will hold talks with the Irish Foreign Affairs Minister, Simon Coveney.
which will be understood he will also meet representatives coming from the British-Irish Chamber of Commerce.
Mr Brokenshire will be supposed to discuss the UK government’s Brexit position proposals.
The series of papers, which were published last week, looked at a range of issues including the “unique circumstances” of the border between Northern Ireland in addition to the Irish Republic.
They emphasised the need to avoid a hard border in addition to said there should be no physical infrastructure, or check points which could impact cross-border trade.
Beyond Brexit, Mr Brokenshire will also discuss the restoration of the devolved Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Northern Ireland has been without a functioning power-sharing executive since which collapsed in January, with the last round of talks suspended in July.
On Sunday, Sinn Féin’s Stormont leader Michelle O’Neill wrote to the UK in addition to Irish governments proposing which talks should recommence next week.
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) described the proposal as a “stunt”.