Sturgeon promises to support Kirsty Maxwell's family
The First Minister has said they could interview witnesses in the UK.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Police Scotland will do all it can to help the family of Kirsty Maxwell.
The Livingston woman died after falling from the 10th floor of an apartment block in Benidorm on April 29.
Scottish police have no powers to investigate deaths abroad but the First Minister said they could interview witnesses in the UK.
Kirsty was in Spain for a hen night with 20 friends when she died.
The question was raised by Green MSP Alison Johnstone, who asked: "What action is the government doing to support Adam Maxwell, who has barely slept since the death of his wife Kirsty in Benidorm in April this year, as he and Kirsty's family press for a full investigation into the circumstances of this tragic loss?"
Ms Sturgeon offered her condolences to Mrs Maxwell's family, saying: "It is impossible to imagine what he and his wider family are going through."
She added: "The justice secretary met with the family in September to listen to their concerns.
"I understand the investigation by the Spanish authorities into the circumstances surrounding Kirsty's death is still ongoing and Police Scotland officers continue to offer support to the Spanish authorities.
"I can assure that Police Scotland will continue to liaise with the family or interview any potential witnesses who reside in Scotland.
"This family deserve answers as to what happened to their loved one, and the police in Scotland will do everything they can to make sure they get them."
Adam Maxwell welcomed the news on twitter, writing: "Thank you for supporting Kirsty and the family as you promised to do.
"The only way things will change is by addressing these issues head on."