The Saudis murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Consulate in Turkey in October.
Turkey has highlighted the incident to bring worldwide condemnation on Saudi Arabia.
But (as far as I understand) the Turks have not ordered the consulate closed, or even expelled any Saudi diplomatic personnel.
I realize there’ll be a tit-for-tat response from the Saudis if they do.
But still - isn’t this such a flagrant abuse of diplomatic privilege that it warrants expulsion and/or closing down the facility?
Under the circumstances, why is it so vital to maintain the exchange of diplomats?
(The British seized and closed down the Libyan Embassy in 1984 - and broke off relations - because someone shot and killed a police officer from the building.)