FM: Saudi Arabia will not extradite citizens in Khashoggi investigation

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December 9, 2018 19:51
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Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, Adel Al-Jubeir, said on Sunday the country does not extradite its citizens when asked about a Turkish court's arrest order for two Saudi suspects in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

"We don't extradite our citizens," he said at a news conference at the end of the annual Gulf Cooperation Council summit.

Istanbul’s chief prosecutor has filed warrants for the arrest of a top Saudi aide and the deputy head of its foreign intelligence on suspicion of planning Khashoggi's killing, two Turkish officials said last week.

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