World Bulletin / News Desk
Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are expected to exchange views on bilateral relations and regional and international developments, particularly Syria, the presidency said in a statement.
The last meeting between Erdogan and Putin was on Sept. 28 in Turkey's capital Ankara.
During Putin's one-day visit, the leaders stressed the territorial integrity of both Iraq and Syria.
Turkey and Russia, together with Iran, are the guarantor countries who brokered a December cease-fire in Syria, which led to the Astana, Kazakhstan talks, which are being held in parallel to UN-backed discussions in Geneva to find a political solution to the six-year conflict.