Kremlin Spokesperson Dimitry Peskov, when asked if the news that President Erdogan will meet with Russian leader Putin this month is true, said, “Really, preparations are being made for the business visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the Russian Federation.”
When asked about the content of Erdogan‘s meeting with Putin during his visit to Russia, Peskov said, “The agenda (of the talks) will be very broad, because the relations between our countries are multifaceted. There are many issues that leaders will always talk about in this regard, starting with bilateral relations.”
The Kremlin Spokesperson added that regional crises, including Syria, will undoubtedly be on the meeting’s agenda.
In the news that Reuters based on high-level Turkish officials, it was noted that the main agenda highlight of the meeting, which is said to be held in Sochi, Russia, will be Idlib.
The report also states that his planned two-day visit to Russia will follow Erdogan‘s visit to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly.
Erdogan‘s visit to the United States will last until September 19-22.