1. UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi walking through Villa Dora Pamphili gardens and then standing at lecterns
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, UK Prime Minister:
"We had a very clear message from the British people in the Brexit vote, that hey want us to bring in some control on free movement. They don't want free movement rules for movement of people from the European Union member states into the UK to operate as they have done in the past. And we will deliver on that. But, on the other side, we do of course need to ensure that we get the best possible deal in relation to trade in goods and services, and I am looking at this with an open mind, I think we should be developing the model that suits the United Kingdom and the European Union."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, UK Prime Minister:
"Yesterday's attack in northern France on an innocent Catholic priest, in a place of sanctuary and peace, was yet another brutal reminder of the threat that we all face. Following on from the atrocities in Nice and Germany it reinforces the need for action both in Europe and on the wider global stage. In Europe we must increase further our intelligence cooperation, and share vital information swiftly and effectively in order to better protect ourselves from these terrorists who seek to destabilise us."
6. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Matteo Renzi, Italian Prime Minister:
"Brexit was a sad event for us, but an event that we respect. The certainty on the timing is the crucial element to allow us to construct together a new relationship of friendship. The fact of no longer both belonging to the same European institution does not take away anything from the need to maintain the links that this city knows well, but that all Italian cities know well, because the cultural, political, institutional, humanitarian relations and values that link the United Kingdom to Italy is a relationship of extraordinary strength. It is a relationship that has lasted for centuries and will surely continue to move forward in the next months and years."
7. May and Renzi finishing their statements, UPSOUND (English) Theresa May, UK Prime Minister: "I will never complain about the Italian sun. It's wonderful"
UK Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she intends to get "the best possible deal" with the European Union in relation to the trading of goods and services.
Speaking alongside Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in Rome just over a month since the UK voted to leave the EU, May also said she would deliver in establishing some control on the free movement of people.
Renzi described last month's Brexit vote as a "sad event", before adding the decision will not stop the UK and Italy from building "a new relationship of friendship".