Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lashed out at the murderers of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was killed in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate past year.
Callamard added: "There is credible evidence, warranting further investigation of high-level Saudi Officials' individual liability, including the Crown Prince's".
The UN's Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial Killings has concluded what many others believe - that the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia must have known about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
He was killed as he entered the kingdom's consulate in Turkey on October 2nd.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is facing allegations of being involved in Khashoggi's murder, is expected to attend the G-20 summit scheduled for June 28 to 29 in the western Japan city.
Khashoggi wrote newspaper columns critical of the crown prince, the country's de facto ruler, that were published in The Washington Post.
"Another round of worldwide embarrassment for (Saudi Arabia) is starting now".
The UN special rapporteur said there were "credible" grounds for an investigation into whether the crown prince bears responsibility. As a journalist, she said Khashoggi was "extraordinary" and that he was "fighting for democracy".
The Trump administration is pressing Saudi Arabia to masks "tangible development" in opposition to holding Khashoggi's killer's accountable, and needs them to enact so earlier than the one-twelve months anniversary of his kill, a senior administration legit talked about one week ago.
The UN rapporteur said she believed that the UN Security Council "has not truly taken stock of the seriousness and the gravity of the killing of Mr. Khashoggi", adding that "the killing was an worldwide crime, involved and replies a range of violations of global law, has been a major disrupt to worldwide relations".
Callamard said she could not establish the exact time of Khashoggi's death, but that Turkish intelligence assessed he may have died within 10 minutes of entering the consulate. She moreover implored Congress to abet hearings to discover the responsibility of high-stage Saudi officers, including the crown prince, and to ask score admission to to underlying labeled offers.
If a full and effective criminal investigation is not conducted by Member States, the only way to effectively pursue an investigation, requiring the cooperation of relevant Member States, would be through a resolution of the Security Council, under the appropriate Charter provisions.
The onus is on Saudi Arabia, which is liable for the killing irrespective of whether it was intended or not, she argues.
A failure by Washington to answer to the U.N. concepts would "signal a inexperienced light to autocrats across the area that they'll kill dissidents with out repercussion, even though those dissidents survey safe haven within the United States".