This is our last duty to fulfill'.
Cengiz said she waited hours for Khashoggi to emerge, until the consulate closed. Celik asked at a press conference, adding he believed it was "out of the question" that Saudi authorities had not learned where the body was.
An unnamed Turkish official told Agence France-Presse on Wednesday that Saudi officials appeared unwilling to share intelligence over the probe.
The Saudis have presented shifting stories about Khashoggi's fate, initially denying any knowledge before arguing that a group of rogue operators, many of whom belong to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's inner circle, were responsible for Khashoggi's death. In 2014, the idea drew tart response from the Chinese, who said they should retaliate for any name change in Washington by calling the boulevard in front of the American embassy in Beijing "Torture Prisoners Street", "Snowden Street" or "Osama bin Laden Road", according to the New York Times. He didn't want to face the consequences of his political views'.
The dissident reporter disappeared after going to the the diplomatic mission on October 2. "We will continue to be demanding".
"I am disappointed by the actions of the leadership in many countries, particularly in the United States", she later told an audience in London.
'He should not pave the way for a cover-up of my fiance's murder. "Let's not let money taint our conscience and compromise our values", she said.
The Turkish investigators rejected the request, TRT said, instead of calling on the Saudi prosecutor to reveal information about the location of Khashoggi's body, which has not yet been found.
Fidan's statement came after Saudi's top prosecutor, Saud Al Mojeb, visited Istanbul this week to discuss the kingdom's investigation into Khashoggi's death.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses members of parliament from his ruling AK Party. "This needs to be solved now; there is no point in excuses", Erdogan told journalists.
"Who sent these 15 people?"
Switzerland halted weapons exports to Saudi Arabia in 2009, with the exception of spare weapons parts, as well as munitions for air-defence systems and firearms for private use.
"For an investigation to be carried out free of any appearance of political considerations, the involvement of worldwide experts, with full access to evidence and witnesses, would be highly desirable", Bachelet said on Tuesday.
She added: "I urge the Saudi authorities to reveal the whereabouts of his body without further delay or prevarication".