"All that we want right now is to bury him in Al-Baqi (cemetery) in Medina (Saudi Arabia) with the rest of his family", Salah said.
Turkey said Saturday that it had provided the United States and other countries with an audio recording of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi-born dissident and USA resident who died in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last month.
A Turkish official, speaking on condition of anonymity, previously told MEE that the audio recordings were unlikely to ever be publicly released. Hatice Cengiz tweeted, according to the New York Post.
They include the killing itself and conversations pre-dating the operation which Turkey subsequently uncovered, the sources said.
Khashoggi went missing on October 2 after entering the consulate to obtain documents for marriage procedures.
However, Erdogan did not specify what was said in the recordings.
"The Saudi authorities should succeed in revealing that by making them speak", Erdogan added.
"They know for certain who among the 15 is the killer or are the killers". These had led Ankara to conclude from an early stage that the killing was premeditated, despite Saudi Arabia's initial denials of any knowledge or involvement.