A delegation of Chinese media personnel is due to visit Kuwait on June 18-22 within the framework of the recently-signed twinning accord between the Chinese city of Guanhzhou and Kuwait City, Kuwaiti Consul General in Guangzhou Abdulwahab Al-Sager said. The Consult General told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) on Tuesday that the Chinese delegation, including the head of the News Center in Guangzhou, representatives of the state-run press and media in the province, would pay the visit to Kuwait in response to an invitation by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Information. The delegation, during the planned visit, will examine the Kuwaiti information experience, he said, adding that it would result in strengthening further the friendly relationship bounding the Chinese and Kuwaiti peoples and contribute in boosting mutual economic and business cooperation between the two sides. Last April, Guangzhou and Kuwait City signed a twinning agreement. The Chinese city of Zhanjiang is currently witnessing construction of a joint oil refinery and a petrochemical complex. State-owned Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) and China Petrochemical Corp., known as Sinopec, have recently agreed on execution of the USD nine billion joint ventures to build a refinery and the petrochemical complex, according to KUNA. The project with Asia's top refiner Sinopec, potentially to be the largest Sino-foreign joint venture in China, involves a 300,000 barrel-per-day refinery, a one million-ton-a-year ethylene plant and retail network in the southern Guangdong Province. A Kuwaiti delegation of leading eminent media figures visited Guangzhou, in 2010, in response to an official invitation.