A request by Turkey for the arrest of 18 people were sent to Interpol on 15 November last yearthe Ministry of justice of Turkey stated that the international criminal police organization (Interpol) has issued arrest warrants against 20 citizens of Saudi Arabia for the murder of a Saudi journalist Jamal Hackage. About it reports the Chronicle.info with reference to RBC-Ukraine
Reportedly, Interpol has issued appropriate notices on 1 March. While the Ministry noted that the request from Ankara for the arrest of 18 people were sent to Interpol on 15 November 2018, and another two on 21 December.
According to the newspaper Daily Sabah, providing for the detention orders issued against the members of the team, allegedly arrived in Istanbul for the murder Hackage.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that the UN delegation are inclined to believe the crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman al Saud, the Prime suspect in the murder case of journalist Jamal Hackage.