GCC secret service top officials to hold meeting in Kuwait
Senior security officers from Gulf Arab states are expected to meet in Kuwait on Sunday to discuss the situation in the region, according to a newspaper report.
The high-level members of the secret services of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states are due to focus on the consequences of a war on Iraq, Al-Riyadh daily reported in its Saturday edition, quoting informed Kuwaiti security sources.
In addition, they will also exchange views on "developments and consequences" witnessed by the GCC states recently, a reference to attacks against American targets and anti-war protests.
The meeting aims "at coordinating positions at this critical period," the daily added. (Albawaba.com)