Veeit Quayle rish leeideilee Ghoaldagh as Yernagh ec y Choonseil Ghoaldagh-Yernagh
Ta'n Ard-Shirveishagh gra dy bee eh foaysagh da'n Ellan ayns seihll neuhickyr dy heet dy ve ainjyssagh rish leeideilee ashoonagh elley.
Veeit yn Choonseil Ghoaldagh-Yernagh faggys da Caerdydd, Bretyn, Jeheiney, as Brexit as livrey ynsagh ec mullagh y chlaare-obbyr.
She shoh va'n chied çhaglym-obbyr jeant ec Howard Quayle ec y Choonseil neayr's haink eh dy ve ny Ard-Shirveishagh.
V'eh marish yn Shirveishagh Ynsee Graham Cregeen, as veeit y piyr rish sleih gollrish Nicola Sturgeon, Martin McGuinness as Enda Kenny.
Ta Mnr Quayle gra dy re vondeishagh va meeiteil rish sleih myr yn Taoiseach.
Quayle engages with British leaders at BIC
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 Cardifff, 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 Taoiseach proved fruitful.