Turkey says Saudi Arabia refuses to share information and does not cooperate with journalists murder investigation

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 Turkey says Saudi Arabia refuses to share information and does not cooperate with journalists murder investigation


Saudi Arabia still refused to reveal the whereabouts of KASHs remains.

Saudi Attorney General Mujib arrived in the Turkish city of Istanbul on October 29, and then met twice with Irfan Fidan, the local chief prosecutor, to discuss the killing of Kashuji. He surveyed the site of the incident, the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Turkish private news agency DHA reported that Mujib met with members of the local branch of Turkish National Intelligence Agency on October 30.

Turkeys Liberty newspaper reported on October 31 that Mujib refused to share any investigation information with Turkey, including the confessions of 18 suspects, the whereabouts of Kashujis remains and the identity of the Turkish personnel involved.

Kasuji entered the Saudi consulate in October 2nd and went through marriage formalities, then disappeared. Saudi Arabia once said that Kashuji left the consulate on the same day; on October 20, the journalist was renamed dead in a fight within the consulate; on October 25, it changed its name again, saying that he died of premeditated crime. Saudi Arabia arrested 18 Saudi people. The Turkish side sought to extradite the 18 suspects and was refused by Saudi Arabia.

Turkey says Saudi Arabia is only interested in evidence from earthwork.

The Turkish government source said: Saudi officials seem most interested in finding out what evidence Turkey has against the perpetrators.

Mujib seems to want information from Turkey rather than sharing what he has, Abdul-Kadir Servi, a pro-Turkish government newspaper columnist, said in the report.

Selvi said the Saudi attorney general wanted to get katschis cell phone, which worried the earth.

Turkey media reported that the earthwork investigation card Shu Ji sends the recording document to the fiancees cell phone. The recording was sent by the smart watch worn by KASH. He was in the consulate. Kasuji handed the cell phone to his fiancee before entering the consulate, who handed the cell phone to the Turkish authorities.

France does not rule out sanctions against Saudi Arabia

Frances Foreign Minister Jean-Ive Ledrion told Luxembourg Radio and Television on October 31 that France would not rule out sanctions against Saudi Arabia over the killing of Kashuji.

As long as those responsible for the incident are not publicly identified and the truth has not been verified, we will continue to ask [Saudi Arabia] to clarify the facts, Ledrion said. We will take the necessary measures against those responsible, not excluding sanctions against Saudi Arabia. Germany and Canada have made intentional gestures to freeze arms sales to Saudi Arabia, while the United States Government continues to defend arms sales to Saudi Arabia. As another big seller of Saudi ammunition, France had previously avoided discussing whether to freeze arms sales. On arms sales, Ledrion said the German side had acted too early. I think we have to wait for an investigation to find the perpetrators. Ledrion downplayed the impact of arms sales on the French economy, saying that Saudi Arabias arms exports accounted for only 7% of the total French arms exports. In this area, we do not rely on Saudi Arabia. Source: Beijing News Editor: Ji Ke _b6492

As long as those responsible for the incident are not publicly identified and the truth has not been verified, we will continue to ask [Saudi Arabia] to clarify the facts, Ledrion said. We will take the necessary measures against those responsible, not excluding sanctions against Saudi Arabia.

Germany and Canada have made intentional gestures to freeze arms sales to Saudi Arabia, while the United States Government continues to defend arms sales to Saudi Arabia. As another big seller of Saudi ammunition, France had previously avoided discussing whether to freeze arms sales.

On arms sales, Ledrion said the German side had acted too early. I think we have to wait for an investigation to find the perpetrators.

Ledrion downplayed the impact of arms sales on the French economy, saying that Saudi Arabias arms exports accounted for only 7% of the total French arms exports. In this area, we do not rely on Saudi Arabia.