Hearty handshake between Putin and Saudi crown prince goes viral

Hearty handshake between Putin and Saudi crown prince goes viral

Hearty handshake between Putin and Saudi crown prince goes viral

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman exchanged a high-five and laughed heartily together on Friday as they took seats next to each other at a plenary session of the Group of 20 summit.

In his conversation with Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Trudeau said better answers about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi were required. REUTERS/Sergio MoraesHuman Rights Watch executive director Kenneth Roth wrote that the two "seem greatly relieved to find someone who won't mention their conduct overseas".

Or shunned, after United States intelligence agencies concluded he ordered the grisly slaying of Jamal Khashoggi, which his country denies? President Trump and this administration sanctioned 17 people that we came to learn were connected to the murder - heinous murder - of Jamal Khashoggi.

In a video shared to Twitter via the Saudi Gazette, an irritated Macron is seen grumbling to the Crown Prince: "You never listen to me".

Kirill Dmitriev, the chief of Russia's sovereign wealth fund, told reporters that Putin would meet the prince Saturday and discuss boosting Saudi Arabia's $2 billion investment in Russian Federation.

After repeated denials of any knowledge about Khashoggi's disappearance, Saudi Arabia finally admitted the 59-year-old had been murdered at the mission in a "rogue" operation.

The Islamist-oriented Turkish leader, who has been vying for influence in the region with Saudi Arabia, said he did "not wish to cause any damage" to the royal family.

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At G20, the Prince seemed to be isolated from the rest of the worldwide community until Putin stepped in with a show of support.

The Wall street Journal says its obtained details of the highly classified Central Intelligence Agency document.

The murder of Khashoggi has caused widespread backlash against the Saudi regime, which had recently enjoyed an exceptionally friendly relationship with countries like the USA and France.

World leaders who meet with the Crown Prince should raise these serious allegations.

Mattis spoke after he and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo briefed senators on the USA response to Khashoggi's killing.

British Prime Minister Theresa May also said she would be "robust" when she talks to the crown prince about Khashoggi and the situation in Yemen, where Saudi Arabia is involved in a proxy war.

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