Journalist Jamal Khasogi, who was killed in a Saudi consulate in Turkey, has left Saudi Arabia for the United States.
A CNN report quoted family sources as saying on Friday.
A few months ago the ban was lifted recently on Salam without a ban on landlord Jamal Khasogi.
CNN has reported that Saudi and US diplomats leave their country on Wednesday with family members. On Thursday, he reached Washington, USA. Salah’s mother and three siblings are already living in the United States.
Hours after Khasogi’s son reached the United States, US State Department Assistant Spokesman Robert Paladino said, “We wanted to return Salma Khasogy to the United States.” We are satisfied with this matter.
Jamal Khasogi disappeared after being admitted to Saudi Consulmate in Istanbul on October 2 to pick up some documents. 59-year-old Jamal Khasogi was a former Al-Watan newspaper and former Saudi editor. He was once very close to the Saudi royal family and was an adviser to senior Saudi officials.
After arresting some of his friends, Jamal Khasogi left Saudi Arabia to the United States and from there he was writing in the Washington Post and interviewing various TV channels.
There is a lot of waterlogging on the mystery of the Khasogi death. In the first phase, it was said from Turkey that the khasogi was killed in consulate and there was evidence for it. But Saudi authorities repeatedly denied the claim.
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Turkey and Saudi Arabia. President Trump spoke about this at a press conference. After its influence in dramatic and international political affairs, Saudi Arabia finally acknowledged the killing of journalist Jamal Khasogi on Saturday.
The country’s state-of-the-art television has been quoted as saying that after entering the Khasogi Saudi Consulate, he was “stabbed” with some. Shortly after this incident khasogira died.
Riyadh arrested 18 people and fired five senior officials for killing journalist Khasogi, Saudi media said.