Baku. 18 February. REPORT.AZ/ Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold their next talks in Moscow in April, Russian Presidential Aide Yuriy Ushakov said. Report informs citing Izvestiya that Ushakov said the presidents will take part in the meeting of the high-level cooperation council of the two countries. This will be already the third meeting of the heads of states this year.
Notably, on April 8 the presidents are expected to attend the opening ceremony of the mutual Year of Culture and Tourism in the Bolshoi Theater.
Putin and Erdogan will hold the session of the high-level cooperation council at which they will discuss trade and economic interaction, cultural ties and situation on the international arena.