The British-Irish Council (BIC) held its 37th Summit meeting today hosted by the Government of Guernsey. The heads of delegation were welcomed by the Chief Minister of the Government of Guernsey, Deputy Peter Ferbrache.
The Government of Guernsey's Chief Minister, Deputy Peter Ferbrache, will host the 37th British-Irish Council Summit meeting this week. The meeting will be attended by leaders and ministers from the Council’s 8 Member Administrations.
Ministers will consider recent political developments and also hold a thematic discussion on Collaborative Spatial Planning.
The British-Irish Council (BIC) will hold a symposium entitled “Working together to meet the healthcare needs of people experiencing homelessness and substance use issues” in Dublin on 20 May 2022