The Saudi Prince called the murder of the journalist “a heinous crime”

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Mohammed Ibn Salman al Daudpoto: Amr Nabil / AP

The crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman called the killing of a Saudi journalist Jamal Hakuji “heinous crime that has no justification”. This was reported by the Associated Press.

The Prince also stressed that “justice will prevail”. Earlier, he said that what happened in Istanbul killing moved to the US columnist Washington Post Hakuji “will not drive a wedge” between his Kingdom and Turkey.

Previously between Mohammed bin Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a telephone conversation during which the parties agreed to “join efforts to shed light on all aspects of the murder.” The Prince and his father, the king of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdul Aziz also met with the family of the victim.

2 Oct journalist Jamal Hakuji disappeared in Istanbul. He went to the Consulate General of Saudi Arabia to get the missing files for divorce and disappeared. At the same time, the consular officers stated that the journalist left the building.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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