Argentine President Mauricio Macri said the killing of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi could be discussed during the G20 proceedings, while speaking to the press alongside French President Emmanuel Macron in Buenos Aires on Thursday, just ahead of the start of the G20 summit.
«Saudi Arabia is a permanent member of the G20, so like that, he [Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman... Еще] attends, and, well, we have this issue being discussed and it has shocked the world and maybe it will be discussed in bilaterals, or not, or in the G20 topics,» Macri said.
Macron also touched on the case, saying «I hope that all the investigations that are taking place in Turkey and Saudi Arabia continue and can give full clarity to the family of Ms. Khashoggi and to the international community.»
The G20 Summit is being held in Buenos Aires and will run from Friday, November 30 until Saturday, December 1.
Nineteen leaders of the world's biggest economies and a representative of the European Union will meet to discuss a range of issues, including multilateralism, trade and climate change.