SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 19 June 2021, Saturday | النسخة العربية

Kuwait and Emirate supports the Saudi statement regarding Khashoggi

The UAE has supported the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regarding the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its confidence and support for The Saudi Judiciary and the provisions that affirm the Kingdom’s commitment to implementing the law with transparency and integrity, and holding all those involved in this case accountable.

The ministry affirmed, “The United Arab Emirates fully stands with the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in its efforts aimed at the stability and security of the region, and its main role in the axis of Arab moderation and the security of the region.”

Earlier today, Saturday, Kuwait expressed its support for Saudi Arabia’s statement regarding the US Congress report on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry affirmed the importance of the pivotal and important role played by Saudi Arabia under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and his Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz regionally and internationally.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry said, “The Kingdom’s government categorically rejects the abusive and incorrect conclusions contained in the report about the Kingdom’s leadership and cannot be accepted in any way, and the report included a set of information and other incorrect conclusions.

It confirmed what was issued in this regard by the competent authorities in the Kingdom that “this is a heinous crime that constituted a flagrant violation of the Kingdom’s laws and values ​​committed by a group that violated all regulations and violated the powers of the devices in which they were working.”

It added, “All necessary judicial measures have been taken to investigate and bring them to justice, as final court rulings were issued against them, which the Khashoggi family welcomed.”

Saudi Arabia expressed “regret that such a report was issued and the wrong and unjustified conclusions it contained, at a time when the Kingdom condemned this heinous crime,” according to “Al Ain News.”