On June 19 and 20, the Reactor Engineering Department, Jožef Stefan Institute organised an international meeting of the EUROfusion projects DIV-W7X and DIV-JT-60SA for the development of a divertor in two fusion devices, the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator and the Japanese JT-60SA tokamak. The divertor is the most thermally loaded component in a fusion reactor as it is directly exposed to the plasma particles. The meeting covered various topics related to divertor development, ranging from thermo-hydraulics, thermo-mechanical analyses, prototyping, mechanical tests to high-heat-flux experiments.