The 30th British-Irish Council summit will take place in Guernsey today.
Among those attending will be Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland, and representatives from Ireland, Wales, the UK, the Isle of Man and Jersey.
It will be the fourth time the summit has been held in Guernsey.
The British-Irish Council was formed in 1998 as a direct result of the Good Friday Agreement. It aims to promote positive relationships among its members and to provide a forum for consultation and co-operation.