A prominent Saudi king said on Saturday that the heads of state gathered in Argentina next week for the 20th…
A prominent Saudi king said on Saturday that the heads of state gathered in Argentina next week for the 20th century group to engage with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, he is someone “whom they have to deal with.”  Prince Turki al-Faisal told the Associated Press that the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi in the Kingdom Consulate in Istanbul last month is “an unacceptable event like tars and march the long story of Saudi Arabia’s own position in the world”.
“We’ll have to carry it. It’s not something that should not be faced.” And we face it, “he said.
Intelligence officials and analysts say the operation of killing Khashoggi, who wrote critically about the crown prince of The Washington Post, could not have happened without the prince of Mohammed’s knowledge. The Kingdom, which has offered several contradictory stories
The Crown Prince started late on Thursday on his first foreign tour since October 2, killing a visit to the United Arab Emirates. He is expected to visit other Mideast countries before joining Buenos Aires on November 30th for a visit to the United Arab Emirates. the beginning of the two-day G20 summit, where he will face the world leader.
President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who have held international pressure on the Empire, are among those who are expected to participate. [1
9659002] “If the leaders of that summit warmly will engage with the Crown Prince or not, I think everyone acknowledges a the kingdom as a country and King Salman and the Crown Prince are people they must deal with, “said the prince.
He said that Saudi Arabia will continue to play a role in the world stage and that Trump’s statement on support to Saudi Arabia recognizes the importance of the kingdom.
Trump insists that there is insufficient evidence to blame the Crown Prince of Khashoggi to kill, in spite of the US intelligence service, on the contrary. Trump says the Kingdom is an important alliance that has helped to lower oil prices.
“I thought President Trump expressed what he thought was in the United States interest. He stressed the strategic relationship between the two countries in the same statement and how Saudi Arabia has been helpful in many cases – not just oil,” Prince said. Turki.
The Prince also dismissed the US intelligence values that the Crown Prince had ordered Khashoggi’s killing and said that the same intelligence agency had a “remarkably poor assessment” in 2003 in the lead of the United States invasion of Iraq.
“So we do not take it as I said divine revelation,” he said of the US intelligence reports.
Prince Turki, who led Saudi intelligence for more than two decades and served as ambassador to the United States and the United Kingdom, had relations with Khashoggi before the author became an unspoken government critic. Khashoggi was allegedly an advisor to Prince Turki at one point and supported by the King during his brief stints as editor of the Saudi newspaper al-Watan. Prince’s father is the late king Faisal and his brother is Prince Khalid al-Faisal, Governor of Mecca.
Prince Turki said reports of dissatisfaction within the ruling Al Saud family over the Crown Prince’s rapid rise to power do not reflect the “extraordinary support” that King Salman and his son envision.