I would like to refer not only to the work of my fellow Member in this group, Rhodri Glyn Thomas, but also to the work of my fellow resident of Conwy, Ronnie Hughes, the deputy leader of Conwy council, who, like Councillor Bob Bright from Newport, has contributed a great deal to the activities in this area. I welcome, as I said, the contribution of Rhodri Glyn because he has chosen to specialise in issues of great importance to Wales, particularly his recent opinion, which was passed in the plenary of October 2015, and was a document on the development of ocean energy. This work is certainly work that should continue, and this is the question that I want to raise today for us to think about. I can’t imagine that this National Assembly and the Welsh Government wouldn’t wish to continue to contribute to the development of Europe as a continent and as a political force, whatever the decision taken through the referendum. Even if the UK were not formally a member state of the European Union, I cannot believe that it wouldn’t be appropriate for Wales to have a direct relationship, or with similar legislative regions, or to have a relationship with some other body that could be created, in order to ensure that we as legislative regions could meet and discuss—particularly because the issues that are so important to us, environmental issues in particular, are issues that are dealt with on a continental level.