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.
Bahrain, Kuwait strongly condemn Lebanon’s FM statements on Saudi Arabia and GCCThe Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait and Bahrain expressed their strong condemnation of the offensive statements made by the Minister of ... Gulf
Kuwait intends to halt import of Lebanese fruits, vegetables following Saudi banKuwait intends to prevent the import of Lebanese fruits and vegetables by land, sea, and air, Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai reported citing sources, noting ... Gulf
UAE, Kuwait support Saudi Arabia’s response to US report on murder of KhashoggiKuwait supports the statements made by Saudi Arabia on the United States’ intel report pertaining to the Kingdom’s leadership regarding the murder of ... Gulf
Emir of Kuwait thanks Saudi leadership, congratulates GCC leaders for AlUla SummitEmir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah on Tuesday thanked Saudi Arabia’s leadership for hosting the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) ... Gulf