Prime Minister Justin Trudeau advised reporters on Wednesday that he pressed Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi final week.
Trudeau met the Saudi prince whereas on the G20 summit in Argentina.
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The prime minister defined on the time that he had a “frank” dialog with the prince on the killing, Saudi Arabia’s involvement in Yemen and jailed activists.
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On Wednesday, he elaborated by saying that he urged Prince Mohammed to offer the world with “higher solutions.”
“I talked on to the prince in Buenos Aires, telling him that we want higher solutions on what occurred to Khashoggi and who’s answerable for it,” he stated.
“And we’re going to proceed to press for solutions.”
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The Saudi prince is going through persevering with strain over the Oct. 2 killing of the journalist contained in the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul.
The journalist was a vocal critic of the dominion’s royal household. Whereas Saudi Arabia has admitted that the homicide was “premeditated,” it has vehemently denied that the royal household had any information or involvement.
Nonetheless, a number of stories have instructed that the Saudi prince was concerned within the homicide.
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Following a CIA briefing on Monday, high U.S. senators stated they’re much more satisfied that the prince was concerned within the killing.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., stated there may be “zero probability” the crown prince wasn’t concerned in Khashoggi’s dying.
The U.S. has slapped sanctions on Saudis concerned within the homicide. Nonetheless, U.S. President Donald Trump has made it clear that the nation is not going to goal the prince himself.
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Canada’s actions on Saudi Arabia
Final week, Canada additionally slapped 17 sanctions on Saudis who had been concerned within the homicide.
However the Liberal authorities has not taken any motion on pausing or cancelling the $1 billion Saudi arms deal amid rising strain from political opponents.
Following the sanctions, International Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland stated that the case of Khashoggi’s homicide continues to be not closed.
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