The UN factfinder who is conducting the inquiry proceedings on the brutal assassination of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi told in Turkey that she could not be able to collect all the required information which she needed to reach in a solid verdict, but still expects to continue the probe successfully.

Saudi Crown Critic Jamal Khashoggi, who was also a columnist of Washington Post and living in the United States, was murdered on 2nd October at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where he had to go for receiving the formal documents for his planned wedding.

The America based intelligence agencies professed their diplomatically significant opinion about the murder of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, that the De Facto Ruler of Saudi Arabia, Crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman directed an operation for killing Jamal Khashoggi, whose body was brutally chopped for dissolving.

Riyadh declines about the involvement of the Saudi Crown Prince. The special agent appointed by UN on a week-long mission, named Agnes Callamard, for reporting on the proceedings of the Khashoggi-murder investigation, has discussed in Ankara and Istanbul with the government ministers, as well as intelligence officials and the Chief prosecutor of Istanbul.

The UN investigator, Agnes Callamard told the reporters in Istanbul, “We have had good meetings here, we are still a bit disappointed that we were not able to get all the information we requested related to the investigation”.

She added, “ But we are still hopeful that the authorities will be able to deliver on their commitment and hand over to us some of the information related to a police investigation,” she said, adding she hoped to conduct “a full inquiry and a successful one.”

Although Callamard visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul she did not go inside, as she was waiting for approval of her request by the Saudi government to visit inside. She has said she would be able to publish her report in May.

 

 

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