Unlike in Tunisia, where the prince's visit sparked protests over the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi at the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, Algerian Energy Minister Mustapha Guitouni said the prince "is welcome in his second country".
The powerful prince and his large delegation were seen being greeted on a red carpet at Algiers airport by Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and members of his government. When he informed Khashoggi of this, the journalist replied, "God help us".
The Argentine president let it be understood that he discussed the Khashoggi killing with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a persistent crown prince Mohammed critic, but not with the prince himself. She and the Crown Prince sat stony-faced as they met in Buenos Aries on Saturday.
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The Bush family's post-White House spokesman Jim McGrath shared the photo on Twitter Sunday with the hashtag #remembering41. Members of the public may pay their respects as the president's body lies in state in the rotunda of the Capitol.
The trip marked the highest-profile overseas junket for the crown prince since Khashoggi's murder.
Other leaders, including Argentine President and summit host Mauricio Macri, made even less effort to hide their priorities when it comes to the Saudis.
On Friday, May's office said the prime minister stressed to Salman the importance of ensuring those responsible for the "appalling murder" of Khashoggi are held to account.
"Leaders should not just offer warm words against human rights atrocities but back up their words with action".
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.
The lawsuit says the plaintiff plans to argue that the co-operation between the two activists was "a crucial factor" in the decision to have Khashoggi killed, and that there was a direct link between the surveillance carried out on Abdulaziz and the slaying of the US -based columnist for the Washington Post.