The Fiancée of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi,refuse to honour the invitation of President Trump to the white house.
Turkish officials and some U.S. lawmakers charge the crown prince ordered the operation in which Jamal Khashoggi was killed .
Hatice Cengiz,a Turkish national, stated, she would not visit the White House except if the United states made a sincere effort to solve Khashoggi’s killing and demanded that all those responsible be tried and punished
Only days after Saudi Arabia at long last conceded that Khashoggi had been killed inside its consulate in Istanbul.She was put under 24-hour police protection.
Khashoggi, who was a Washington Post feature writer, had once been close to Saudi Arabia’s imperial family yet had become progressively condemning of the kingdom’s human rights abuse as of late. He was living in willful outcast in Washington, D.C., and had made a trip to the Saudi office in Istanbul to to obtain marriage documents.
Seven days after his vanishing, Cengiz wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post encouraging Trump to help shed light on her fiancé’s disappearance. “
She was one of the last individual to see Khashoggi alive, having gone with him to the office on Oct. 2. She sat tight outside for about 12 hours, alerting friends and officials when he failed to emerge.
Be that as it may, the oldest child of slain Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi touched base in Washington with his family from Saudi Arabia on Thursday, as indicated by two sources close to the family, after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pushed for his arrival.
Salah Khashoggi, who holds dual U.S.-Saudi citizenship and had so far been under a travel ban, departed Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.
Salah Khashoggi’s takeoff from Saudi Arabia came multi day after a meeting at the al Yamama Palace in Riyadh in which he and other relatives got sympathies from King Salman and the crown prince.
He and his family joined his mom and his three siblings in Washington, said the sources, both talking on state of obscurity.
A few hours after their arrival, State Department deputy spokesman Robert Palladino revealed that Pompeo disclosed to Saudi king in Riyadh recently that “he needed Salah Khashoggi came back to the United States.”