Senator Lindsay Graham said the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia can not go on until the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) is considered.  At a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Graham said Congress would reintroduce sanctions against participants in the murder of Saudi writer Jamal Hashogi
"What has happened over the past few years is worrying. 19659003] "The guidance coming from MBS is not what I imagined. Closing the Lebanese Prime Minister, taking all your critics and throwing them [ing] in jail, Mr Hashogi's brutal murder in Turkey violating every norm of international behavior.
"I concluded that relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States can not move forward until MBS is considered."
Last November, the CIA concl was convinced that MBS ordered Khashoggi's murder in Istanbul, which contradicts the Saudi Government's assertion that he was not involved.
Khashoggi, a long royal inner man who became critic of Prince Mohammed, was killed and dissected by a Saudi hit. a team at the consulate of the kingdom in Istanbul in October, which triggered a global protest.
"We will begin to impose sanctions on those who have participated in the murder of Mr Khashoggi," Graham added.
He was responsible for it and came up with a series of sanctions to allow others to know that this is not what you are doing if you are an ally of the United States. "
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At least 21 Saudis were arrested in connection with the case, with five facing a death penalty. Five officers were dismissed, including senior royal adviser Saud al-Qathani, the alleged head of the Operation against Hashogi.
Saudi Arabia has not yet revealed what her agents have done with the remains of Hashogi. Javaid, reporting from the Turkish city of Gaziantep, said Graham's comments were not surprising given his recent aversion to the Saudi monarch. not for the first time broadcasting his views on MBS and how he thinks he was involved in Kashogi's murder.
"He bases this on the information provided by the CIA after Kashiyeh's murder that orders do not come from a low level, but directly
" But the US president still sees MBS as a key ally and sees Saudi Arabia as not only to buy arms from the United States but also to send what Don Trud has predicted as a policy for the Middle East. "So it is very interesting that Graham's position is closer to the American ally Turkey, but far different from what the president himself says."
Senator Graham also said he hopes President Trump will delay the withdrawal of the United States from Syria to ISIL also known as ISIS . Graham said he believes US Chief of Staff Joseph Dunford is working on a plan with Turkey to move the Kurdish elements of the IGH out of the country.
Emphasizing that YPG / PYD is "clearly" related to the PKK – referred to as a terrorist group from Turkey, the United States and the European Union – Graham told reporters that the US strategy in Syria has the potential to cause harm
South Carolina (d) the importance of defending Turkey and resolving the problem that the US "created" for Ankara, referring to US support for YPG / PYD in the name of the fight with Isil
Graham, a member of the 1995 Congress and a senator from 2003
Turkey said it would soon launch an operation against YPG / PYD in Syria, east of the E brother, close to the Turkish border.
Between Ankara and Washington in connection with the forthcoming operation amid the withdrawal of US forces from Syria.