The meeting came amid an investigation into the murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October.
Before arriving in Algeria, the Crown Prince made a stop over in Mauritania. The announcement was made in the presence of the Crown Prince and the Mauritanian president. "And we, of course, invited his country to invest in our country, in order to create jobs for Argentines, which is my highest concern".
Later, the crown prince, known as MBS, found himself sidelined during the official "family photo" of leaders, standing at the far edge of the portrait, largely ignored. "Pertinent institutions", Mr. Macri added, should discover the "truth".
In the video, which was shared widely on social media, the two are seen speaking in English. "This shows that the crown prince was witting of premeditated murder".
In response, Mrs May told him: 'Both I with the Crown Prince MBS and the Foreign Secretary with King Salman we have been absolutely robust in our response to the awful killing of Jamal Khashoggi and we have been clear about the need for those responsible to be held to account'.
"Here, business prevails over questions of that nature", he said in an interview. In August, when Abdulaziz expressed his believe that their conversation may have been hacked by Saudi authorities, Khashoggi wrote, "God help us".
At the end of the exchange, Macron is heard saying: "I'm a man of my word".
The lawsuit says Abdulaziz received and clicked on a link sent to his phone in June 2018 that he argues exposed his mobile communications to Saudi authorities.
"Rather than be robust, as she promised, we learned 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".
"They're not precisely champions of human rights or freedom values, he said".