Xinhua News Agency, Moscow, February 3rd Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov said on the 3rd that the presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran will hold three-party talks in the southern Russian city of Sochi on the 14th.
The Russian News reported on the same day that Pescoff's words were reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Erdogan will meet in Sochi on the 14th. Putin also plans to hold three-party talks with Erdogan and Iranian President Rohani on the same day.
According to Russian media reports, the presidents of Russia and Turkey will discuss issues such as the situation in the Syrian Idlib area and the withdrawal of the United States from Syria.
Putin and Erdogan held talks in Moscow on January 23. The two sides discussed the situation in Syria and the establishment of a safe area on the Syrian side of the Turkish-Syrian border. The leaders of the two countries agreed to hold the Russian, Turkish and Iranian summits in Russia in the near future to promote the Astana process.