0552 GMT June 26, 2022
A U.S. intelligence report released last year said Prince Mohammed had approved the operation to kill or capture Khashoggi in October 2018. The Saudi government has denied any involvement by the crown prince and rejected the report's findings, Reuters reported.
The prince began his regional tour on Tuesday by visiting Egypt and arrived in Turkey on Wednesday to meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara.
It is Prince Mohammed's first tour outside the Persian Gulf since the 2018 murder of Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist, at the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul.
Hatice Cengiz, Khashoggi's Turkish fiancée, said on Twitter: "His visit to our country doesn't change the fact that he is responsible for a murder. The political legitimacy he earns through the visits he makes to a different country every day doesn't change the fact that he is a murderer."
She added: "Jamal is not my story anymore, this struggle for justice is not only my struggle. It is the struggle of every free and thinking person. No diplomatic relation can legitimise this unfairness and injustice."
Ties between Ankara and Riyadh took a turn for the worse after a Saudi hit squad killed and dismembered Khashoggi in Istanbul. Erdogan at the time blamed it on the "highest levels" of the Saudi government.
But a Turkish court ruled to transfer the Turkish case over the killing to Saudi Arabia. Turkey denied the transfer was political.
Weeks after the case was transferred, Erdogan held one-on-one talks with the prince in Saudi Arabia in April after a months-long drive to mend relations.
In 2020, Saudi Arabia jailed eight people for between seven and 20 years for Khashoggi's murder. None of those convicted were named.