The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, today asked to wait for the appearance next Wednesday in Congress of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, on the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia and stressed that his department has already been "resounding and clear "on this matter.
Borrell has responded well to being asked about the decision of Germany to suspend the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia while the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the consulate of this country in Istanbul is clarified.
He recalled that Sanchez "will speak on this issue" in his appearance on Wednesday in Congress and has also referred to the statement "clear and clear" that the Foreign Ministry made public.
In that statement, the government was "dismayed by the preliminary information from the Saudi prosecutor's office about the journalist's death" and also expressed "his deepest condolences to his relatives and relatives."
"The government of Spain joins the call of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, that those responsible for these very serious events respond to justice after a thorough and transparent investigation," the note continued.