Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Sunday that the details of Turkey's investigation into Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi's death will be released on Tuesday.

Erdgogan said he will "go into detail" in a speech before ruling party members in parliament, according to the Associated Press.

Turkish officials believe Khashoggi was murdered and dismembered by an assassination squad by the order of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman after he entered a Saudi consulate in Istanbul earlier this month and disappeared. The Saudis blame the death of Khashoggi on an argument that escalated between the journalist and unidentified men inside the Saudi consulate and have set up a commission, led by the crown prince, to investigate the death.

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Khashoggi, a U.S. resident who wrote columns for the Washington Post, was a vocal critic of Saudi leadership. He left that country in 2017, saying that "Saudi Arabia has not always been as it is now. We Saudis deserve better" in an introductory piece he wrote for the Post.

The U.K., Germany, and France have released a joint statement declaring that there is an “urgent need for clarification of exactly what happened.” The statement also condemned explanations given so far by the Saudi government, calling them "hypotheses."

While there are calls in Congress, even among GOP leaders, for President Trump to take punitive action against Saudi Arabia, the president has so far been hesitant to many a judgment. In a late Saturday interview with the Post, he acknowledged that the Saudis' explanations for what might have happened have been "all over the place," but he also called Crown Prince Mohammed “a strong person" who "truly loves his country."