of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah is expected to visit Baghdad on Wednesday as relations
between the US and Iran become ever more strained.
The two countries will discuss co-operation and the visit comes "amid unprecedented tensions and developments witnessed by the region," Kuna reported.
It referred to the recent tanker attacks near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, which Washington has blamed on Tehran. Iran has denied any involvement.
A third of the world’s oil passes through the Strait of Hormuz.
Sheikh Sabah will hold talks with Iraq's President Barham Salih, Prime Minister Adil Abd al-Mahdi and Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi.
Tension between the US and Iran have increased since President Donald Trump withdrew from a landmark multilateral nuclear deal a year ago.
Trump’s administration has exerted mounting pressure on Iran that began with a war of words but quickly escalated towards confrontations that are more serious.
Sheikh Sabah, who is known in the Middle East as a mediator, called last month for the region to stand back, saying that “war is not easy and would harm everyone if it occurred”.
During a visit to Kuwait last month, Abd al-Mahdi vowed that Iraq would not "engage with policies of condemnations and accusations".
Baghdad will send delegations to the US and Iran to help end tension between the two countries, Abd al-Mahdi said, adding that Baghdad would remain neutral in the conflict.
Iraq, which has strong ties with Washington and Tehran, and traditional mediator Oman have said they are working to ease the situation.