Tunisia commends Saudi credibility

Tunis, Tunisia's Foreign Minister Khamis Al-Jehenawe has cautioned against exploiting Jamal Khashoggi issue to harm the security and stability of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its status in the regional and international arena.

He called on everyone to be committed to wait for the final results of investigations and see the involved held accountable and sent to justice, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

In a joint press conference with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian who was visiting Tunisia, Al-Jehenawe drew attention to the recent measures taken by the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regarding the case of Khashoggi.

He cited the sacking of some senior officials, suspending some suspects, and starting investigation with senior intelligence and security officers are strong evidences that the Kingdom is keen to inform the public on all the details and circumstances it would obtain on the matter.

Source: Bahrain News Agency