Algerian Minister of Industry and Mines Youcef Yousfi, co-chair of the forum, said these projects are part of his country's will to develop partnership with Saudi Arabia. Three agreements and memoranda of understanding were signed on the sidelines of the visit of the Crown Prince.
Algerian Energy Minister Mustapha Guitouni said the prince "is welcome in his second country".
"Rather than be robust as promised, we learn that the Prime Minister told the dictator 'please don't use the weapons we are selling you in the war you're waging" and asked him nicely to investigate the murder he allegedly ordered.
Russian Federation has refrained from criticising Saudi Arabia or the crown prince over the killing.
Khashoggi's friend sues Israeli company for causing death of journalistMeanwhile, one of Khashoggi's friends, a Saudi dissident, is suing an Israeli surveillance company, claiming its sophisticated spyware helped lead to the killing of Khashoggi.
"China firmly supports Saudi Arabia in its drive for economic diversification and social reform, and will continue to stick together with Saudi Arabia on issues involving their core interests", Xi said.
It became known that more than 400 messages, the journalist called the crown Prince "the beast" and even compared it with Pacman: "the more victims it devours, the more he wants".
Khashoggi had sent the texts to Montreal-based activist Omar Abdulaziz, a report said on Monday.
"I have read every piece of intelligence that's in the possession of the United States government".
Mrs May said the working group between the USA and United Kingdom examining the future trade arrangements has been "making good progress".
Meanwhile Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told CNN that he saw all the intelligence held by the U.S. on the killing and said there was no direct evidence linking Prince Mohammed to the murder.
Last May, Abdulaziz said he met two Saudi government officials in Montreal, and recorded their conversations, sharing them with CNN. Abdulaziz began speaking out against the Saudi regime as a college student in Canada.