The king of Saudi Arabia made no public mention of the case after his first public speech.

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 The king of Saudi Arabia made no public mention of the case after his first public speech.


King Salman of Saudi Arabia made his first public speech since the murder of Saudi journalist Kashuji, but did not mention the Kashuji case.

According to the New York Times on November 19, King Salman of Saudi Arabia delivered an annual speech to the Shura Council on Saudi Arabias internal affairs, Iran and Syria, but did not mention the Kashugi case.

(Saudi Arabia) is based on the principles of Islamic justice and equality, and we are proud of the efforts made by our judicial and public prosecution system. King Salman, 82, said, We promise that this country will never deviate from the path of enforcing Allahs laws and serving justice.

In his speech, the King of Saudi Arabia also mentioned Irans activities in the Gulf, the stability of the oil market and the situation in Yemen.

Saudi media said that Saudi Crown Prince Ben Salman will attend the G20 summit in Argentina later this month, according to Fox News. If this happens, it will be the first time that the crown prince has left Saudi Arabia since Kates death in October 2nd. In addition, Saudi media quoted Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi energy minister, as saying that the G20 trip would be part of the Crown Princes overseas visit, but he did not specify the name of the country the Crown Prince would visit. The Washington Post quoted people familiar with the matter as saying on the 16th that the CIA had the clearest conclusion to date linking the crown prince to the assassination. The CIA is confident of this assessment and has reviewed various sources of intelligence, including calls between Crown Princes brother, Saudi Ambassador to the United States Harid Ben Salman and Kashuji. The source of this article: surging news writer: Wang Lunyus responsible editor: Li Hang _BJS4645

Saudi media said that Saudi Crown Prince Ben Salman will attend the G20 summit in Argentina later this month, according to Fox News. If this happens, it will be the first time that the crown prince has left Saudi Arabia since Kates death in October 2nd. In addition, Saudi media quoted Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi energy minister, as saying that the G20 trip would be part of the Crown Princes overseas visit, but he did not specify the name of the country the Crown Prince would visit.

The Washington Post quoted people familiar with the matter as saying on the 16th that the CIA had the clearest conclusion to date linking the crown prince to the assassination. The CIA is confident of this assessment and has reviewed various sources of intelligence, including calls between Crown Princes brother, Saudi Ambassador to the United States Harid Ben Salman and Kashuji.