RIYADH, Dec 8 (KUNA) -- Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is expected in Kuwait later this week to discuss a host of issues of interest to both countries and Gulf Cooperation Council in general before the GCC summit, due in the Kingdom this month, a Kuwaiti diplomat said Wednesday.
"The visit comes at an important time and before the GCC Summit in Riyadh this month, which indicates that the visit is to further unity of positions for the best interest of the two countries and the GCC countries in general," Kuwait's Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Sheikh Ali Khaled Al-Sabah said in a statement to KUNA.
Prince Mohammad bin Salman, also Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, will also discuss investment and facilitating investing procedures, as well as increasing trade exchange, said Sheikh Ali.
The two sides, he added, would also discuss boosting security cooperation and exchange of information to strengthen security and stability of the two countries in particular in the region in general.
Energy and renewable energy issues will feature high on the agenda as well, he said.
The Saudi Crown Prince will be accompanied by a delegation of government officials and businessmen who will meet their Kuwaiti counterparts with ultimate goal of achieving objectives of Kuwait's 2035 Vision and Saudi Arabia's 2030 Vision, said Sheikh Ali. (end)