Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Iran. The Russian president's visit to Tehran is scheduled for July 19.
This is reported by RBC-Ukraine, citing the words of the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov.
He said that a trilateral meeting between the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran will be held in Tehran. There will also be a separate conversation between Erdogan and Putin.
"A Russian-Turkish summit meeting is scheduled in the near future, on the eve of which Putin and Erdogan discussed the current agenda," Peskov said.
It is worth noting that this is only the third visit abroad that Putin will make after the start of the war in Ukraine.
Recall that the day before Putin and Erdogan held telephone talks. They discussed a set of issues on the eve of a summit meeting. In particular, during the conversation, the leaders discussed the war in Ukraine and the provision of "grain corridors".
Earlier, Erdogan urged Putin to ensure a "grain corridor" for the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea.