Jamal Khashoggi, the fiancé of the Saudi journalist who murdered in his consulate in Istanbul on Friday
Donald Trump, President of the United States, to support the Turkish assassination investigation and Ankara's efforts to find her body.
Jamal Khashoggi lived in the United States and worked regularly Washington Post. He was killed in the consulate, where he went to ask for a document necessary to meet his marriage with Hatice Cengiz waiting in front of the building.
The reporter's body was not returned to their relatives
"I would like to send this message to Donald Trump: I would like to support Turkey's legal efforts to get rid of the situation and determine where the body is," said Hatice Cengiz in a pre-recorded message solemnly broadcast in Washington for a memorial to a deceased bride.
He said he was "extremely disappointed" by the response of the leaders of several countries, especially the United States. Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that the maintenance of the arms trade for the kingdom has precedence.
– On November 2nd. It was exactly a month since we lost Jamal, "said Hatice Cengiz.
"Nothing could allow me the pain that followed the atrocity I had gone through. And the main reason is that her body was still not found, she added.
"Even though Jamal's murder lasted for a month, his body was still not returned to his loved ones, and his funeral has still not happened. This is the least when a loved one dies in Islam," he said.
Washington has the benefit of the doubt of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
After initially claiming that Khashoggi had left the consulate shortly after claiming to have died in a fight, Riyadh eventually caused "unauthorized operation" by the authorities.
The Istanbul prosecution said "the sacrifice was cut off" and that we "got away" without being determined.
Washington put pressure on Riyadh to take up this matter, but it seems to cast doubt on Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince, a huge Washington ally in the Middle East.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stressed the "unacceptable" nature of journalistic murders, stressing at the same time that the United States "sought to ensure that it (maintained by the Riyadh).