The White House is considering a package of measures against Saudi Arabia over the Khashoggi killing report

White House spokeswoman Jane Saki said, Thursday, "The United States is deciding on a number of options for measures that it may take against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, against the background of the killing of the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi."

"The US administration is looking at a package of measures that are on the table," Saki said, in response to a question about whether the US administration will impose sanctions against Saudi Arabia.

Saki confirmed during her daily press conference that the US President, Joe Biden, will make a phone call with the Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, very soon.

The report is likely to be published by the "Director of Internal Intelligence" on Friday.

CNN said in this regard, "Three officials from the administration of US President Joe Biden have assured her that the report will not be published until President Biden speaks to Saudi King Salman."

It is noteworthy that Biden confirmed, on Wednesday, that he read the report related to the killing of the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, at his country's consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2018.

It is expected that the Biden administration will publish an unclassified copy of the report that was prepared on Khashoggi's killing.

Spokesman for the US State Department, Ned Price, described Khashoggi's killing as a "horrific crime," as part of his expectations regarding the publication of the aforementioned report, Wednesday, and said in his daily press statement, "The US administration is ready to deliver an unclassified report about his killing with full transparency." To Congress according to law. "

Khashoggi, who was residing in the United States and writing for the "Washington Post", was killed in 2018 inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and his body was not found, as it is believed that his body was severed after his death, and then it was disposed of.

The CIA, according to American media, directly linked the crime with the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, who in turn denied having a personal connection to the matter.


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