KUWAIT, Oct 24 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah on Wednesday reiterated Kuwait's support of Saudi Arabia on the matter of the killing of Saudi national Jamal Khashoggi, welcoming decisions taken in relation to the incident.
The measures recently assumed by King Salman bin Abdulaziz on this issue reflect Riyadh's "commitment to justice and accountability in regards to the perpetrators of this incident," he said.
"So we support our brothers in the Kingdom, and denounce the unjust campaign and slander it is being subjected to," he added.
Asked about rumours Riyadh would be subject to sanctions, Al-Jarallah said Saudi Arabia's "transparency would enable it to deter such attempts."
Al-Jarallah also welcomed Saudi Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister Mohammad bin Salman's pledge of his country's warm relations with Turkey.
"I believe things are moving in the right direction," he said, welcoming the announcement. (end)