The Lough Erne Resort is to host the 35th British-Irish Council Summit on Friday, June 11.

The hotel, which was the venue for the G8 in 2013, will showcase an event hosted by outgoing First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill.

It will be the third time the British-Irish Council Summit has been hosted by the Northern Ireland Executive. The meeting will be attended by leaders and ministers from the Council’s eight Member Administrations.

Irish Taoiseach, Micheal Martin, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will be among those attending the summit where the main discussion topic will be recovery from Covid-19. 

Representatives from the UK Government, Wales, Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Jersey will also be in attendance.

The summit may well be one of the last official engagements attended by Mrs. Foster as First Minister.

Mrs. Foster has said previously that she will resign as First Minister whenever new DUP leader, Edwin Poots, names his new ministerial team. 

With that announcement expected to be made today, Tuesday, it is expected the new ministers will take up their roles at a later date.