Chief Minister - meetings will assist Brexit deal
The Chief Minister says getting to know other national leaders will serve the Island well in an uncertain world.
The British-Irish Council met near Cardiff, Wales on Friday with Brexit and education provision topping the agenda.
It was Howard Quayle's first engagement with the Council as premier.
He was joined by Education Minister Graham Cregeen and the pair rubbed shoulders with figures such as Nicola Sturgeon, Martin McGuinness and Enda Kenny.
Mr Quayle says meeting people like the Taioseach proved fruitful: