The visit of U.S. President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia aims to draw new regional counterterrorism roadmap, Okaz local newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Sources confirmed to the newspaper that the roadmap will take into consideration the benefit from the Saudi-led Islamic coalition formed in late 2015 to counter terrorism with the participation of 41 countries.

Trump announced last week that Saudi Arabia will be the first foreign country he visits as president.

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For the visit scheduled later this month, Saudi Arabia has invited Gulf and Arab leaders to attend Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)-U.S. Summit, as well as the Arab, Islamic and U.S. Summit in Riyadh.