The United Nations Human Rights Specialist, who investigated an independent investigation into the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashogi of London Saudi Arabia, requested on Tuesday to take action on America's apparent results. United Nations Special Counsel Agnes Colmard criticized America for its inaction.
Colmard said in his report that the murder of Khashogi in the consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, in Turkey in October, was 'nineteen murder' by the Gulf country. In a conference organized by human rights groups on the killing of a Saudi-born journalist, he said in London, "He has this jurisdiction or should be interested in taking minimal action."
Colmard said, 'Being silent is not an option. Need to speak but this is not enough. We have to take action. ' Washington Post's journalist Khashogi's Saudi Arabia agents had assassinated in October. He went to the consulate in Saudi Arabia, Istanbul, in connection with some paperwork.