Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search its Istanbul consulate

11 Octubre, 2018, 09:25 | Author: Kelly Blake
  • Turkish sources believe Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul

A Turkish security source had previously told Reuters that a group of 15 Saudi nationals, including some officials, arrived in Istanbul and entered the consulate on October 2, the same day Khashoggi was there, and later left the country.

"We are investigating the issue with its all dimensions". This is an incident that has occurred in our country.

TRT World can only independently verify one of these claims as being accurate, according to a Turkish security source.

A veteran journalist, Khashoggi disappeared on October 2 after entering Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul to arrange paperwork for his wedding to Cengiz, a Turk.

"Riyadh is our only rational (Arab) partner because they agree with most of our long-term goals", said Hussein Ibish, with the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington.

"Our expectation is that in making your determination you will consider any relevant information, including with respect to the highest ranking officials in the Government of Saudi Arabia", they said. CCTV footage showed him entering the building. "All the related developments, ins and outs from Turkey, have been put under the spotlight", Erdoğan added. The Saudi foreign ministry was working to "see exactly what happened at that time", he said. "Is it possible not to have camera systems at a consulate or an embassy?"

Saudi Arabia asserts the allegations are "baseless".

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Of the crown prince, who is often referred to as "MBS", Corker went on to say, "MBS is a person of the future".

Sabah daily on Wednesday published the names and images of what it called the "assassination team" including a man called Salah Muhammed Al-Tubaigy whose name it said matched that of a lieutenant-colonel in the Saudi forensic department.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman told Bloomberg News in an interview last week that Khashoggi had left the consulate shortly after entering it last week and that he was ready to let Turkey search the building. But it clearly shows that Saudi officials, including the ambassador in Washington, were not telling the truth when they denied the existence of the Saudi team. "I am concerned about it".

"We're demanding everything", Trump told reporters.

NY magazine's Olivia Nuzzi scored the interview of a lifetime Tuesday, when White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders roped her in to the Oval Office for a private press briefing with President Trump, Chief of Staff John Kelly, Vice President Mike Pence, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

"The US had no advance knowledge of Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance" or of any kind of threat, he said on Wednesday. "If Donald Trump is not getting in touch with the king of Saudi Arabia, he is being derelict in his duty....(Trump's) statements, so far, have been completely inadequate".

Several US senators triggered an investigation and potential sanctions against Riyadh. "It's a very serious situation for us". "The process over who will administer Manbij in the post-YPG era is also continuing", Erdoğan said. "We expect a thorough investigation and total transparency from the Saudi authorities on what happened". Both countries conducted separate coordinated patrols in the region between areas liberated by Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield and Manbij, according to Turkish officials.



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