Theresa may told how London will respond to the murder of a columnist for The Washington Post, Saudi Consulate General
All suspects of involvement in the murder of a columnist for The Washington Post Jamal Kosugi banned entry to the territory of the United Kingdom, announced on 25 October the head of the British government, Theresa may.
“There is an urgent need to establish what happened in this case”, – said the head of the British government.
Mei promises that none of the suspects continue to enter the territory of the United Kingdom.
“The Minister of internal Affairs is taking action against all the suspects to rule them entry to the UK,” she said, adding that all of the British visas of the alleged killers of a Saudi journalist will be forfeited.
Recall that Jamal Kosugi went 2 October, the Consulate General of his country in Istanbul for paperwork and more it nobody saw.