"I want justice for my beloved Jamal". 'That was the first day I said to myself perhaps there could be a tragedy.
'When Saudi officials accepted the responsibility, then I believed it happened'.
The killing of Mr Khashoggi, a critic of de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has put into focus the West's close relationship with Saudi Arabia - a major arms buyer and lynchpin of the USA regional plans to contain Iran.
"He thought of the possibility of them capturing him", she told ABC.
The prosecutor's statement that Khashoggi was killed immediately conflicts with a report by pro-government newspaper Yeni Safak earlier this month, which cited what it described as an audio recording of Khashoggi being tortured before being killed.
'Naturally, after the first positive visit we had no reasons to think that there would be any sort of danger, ' Cengiz said.
Western powers have expressed outrage at his killing and demanded answers from Riyadh, although Trump warned against halting a Saudi arms deal to increase the pressure, saying it would harm U.S. jobs.
Cengiz expressed disappointment in the "leadership of many countries". "Let's not let money taint our conscience and compromise our values", she said.
He had entered the consulate to sort out documents for their marriage.
Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of the killed Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, speaks during a memorial event for her fiancee in London.
Her remarks came days after she rejected an invitation from Trump to visit the White House, CNN reported.
Turkish investigators have reviewed thousands of hours of closed-circuit-television footage, taken forensic samples from the consulate grounds and released details of the passports of the 15 Saudis they say were involved.
Saudi Arabia has so far denied the extradition of 18 suspects detained in Riyadh, but officials insist the kingdom will bring them to justice once the investigation is complete.
"I and my government would like all those responsible, from the person who gave this order to those who carried it out, to be brought to justice and punished under worldwide law", she said.
The prosecutor's statement said Fidan also repeated Ankara's request for the 18 suspects to be extradited to face trial in Turkey, and asked Mojeb to disclose the identity of a "local cooperator" who, according to a Saudi official, disposed of Khashoggi's body.
Two weeks ago, Saudi Prince Khalid bin Farhan al-Saud, a senior prince who lives in self-imposed exile in Germany, called publicly for King Salman bin Abdulaziz to abdicate in favor of Ahmad, the 31st son of the founder of Saudi Arabia.The monarch needed to abdicate to "save what remained of his dignity", he told Germany's DW TV.
"For an investigation to be carried out free of any appearance of political considerations, the involvement of global experts, with full access to evidence and witnesses, would be highly desirable", Bachelet said on Tuesday.