The next session has been scheduled for June 21 at which time the court is expected to issue its final ruling.
“We will continue to do what is necessary for our nation's tranquility. We will also do what is necessary in the northern part of Syria,” said Erdogan on Tuesday while addressing members of his ruling AK party in Ankara.
The 29-year-old Indian, Gortek Bahati, who holds a Bachelor of Arts in physical education from the Toronto University, Canada, by presence at the Non-Iranian Pilgrims Office of Astan Quds Razavi, while declaring his faith converted to Islam and chose the Shia religion.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the Islamic Republic is ready to facilitate a political solution to the crises in Syria and Yemen.