Kuwait’s Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad will lead a delegation, which includes the oil and foreign ministers, on an official visit to neighboring Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, state media reported.
The visit comes amid a separate meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and their allies including Russia on Tuesday.
The group known as OPEC+ is expected to stay the course on its plans to gradually ease supply cuts until July.
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, which share oilfields in a neutral zone on the boundary of the two countries, last year began production at one of the fields after a five-year hiatus.
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