Turkey's Vice President Fuat Oktay stated that Turkey has given a message that no one can ever attempt to commit a murder such as the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on its soil and those who do 'will pay the price'.
The official confirmed details in a report published Monday in Turkey's pro-government Sabah newspaper that said the two men - a chemist and toxicologist - were part of a delegation of Saudi investigators sent to Turkey nine days after Khashoggi was killed.
"This 15-man team did not come to Turkey on their own, they came on orders".
The Saudi officials tried to rip out a camera inside the Istanbul consulate on October 2, the day Khashoggi disappeared, and days later tampered with cameras at a police security booth in the building, Al-Jazeera reported, citing Turkish media.
Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Jasser is said to have been murdered in jail a month after Jamal Khashoggi was slaughtered in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate. Turkish authorities said the team dismembered Khashoggi's body and disposed of it.
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Riyadh initially denied Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate but it later admitted that the Saudi journalist's death was a premeditated murder.
Diplomats urged Saudi Arabia Monday to take concrete steps to promote freedom of expression and protect human rights defenders and journalists.
Salah and Abdullah Khashoggi said the past weeks had been very hard and full of uncertainty for the entire family, adding that without their father's body, they would be unable to grieve.
"I really hope that whatever happened wasn't painful for him, or it was quick". "As regards the passing of citizen Khashoggi, our country is committed to carrying out a fair investigation and all persons involved with that crime will be prosecuted in the justice system", Aiban said at the end of the half-day session.
They described their father as "courageous, generous, and very fearless", and they said they still had faith in the Saudi king to bring their father's killers to justice.
"Without due orders and permissions, 15 people can not come from Saudi Arabia to kill their own citizen", Mr. Cavusoglu said.
The Boycott Amazon and Souq.com online campaign was launched by Saudi social media users over what they see as the newspaper's biased coverage of the death of Khashoggi, who worked as a contributor for the Washington Post.