Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh will witness two summits on Sunday headed by King Salman Bin Abdel Aziz and US president Donald Trump.
The first summit will be with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries where Mr. Trump, King Salman and leaders from the Gulf States will tackle threats facing the region and boost economic relations.
The second summit is considered by many experts, analysts to the first in history as Trump and King Salman to head a summit with Islamic leaders from all over the world to build stronger security relations to combat terrorism and radicalism.
In these two summits the convening countries will discuss cooperation with US, the means to combat terrorism, radicalism, steps to put a stop to Iranian aggression and intervention in the Middle East countries.
US President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salman are also expected to announce the forming of a new Arab-Muslim alliance that will include over 17 Muslim and Arab countries.