ANKARA, September 28./TASS/. The Russian and Turkish presidents, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, are expected to focus on coordinating their actions in Syrian de-escalation zones at their talks, a document reviewing the upcoming talks said on Thursday.
"It is expected that the main attention at the upcoming talks will be focused on the situation in Syria, issues of coordinating actions of the two countries, first of all in the recently established de-escalation zones," the document said.
It was reported that the two leaders can also touch upon the situation in Iraqi Kurdistan after the referendum on independence on September 25.
This will be already the fifth meeting of the two leaders this year. On March 10, they co-chaired a Moscow hosted session of the High-Level Cooperation Council, while on May 3 Erdogan paid a working visit to the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi. On May 14, the two leaders had a conversation on the sidelines of One Belt One Road forum in Beijing, and on July 8 the two presidents met within the framework of the G20 summit in Hamburg. By the present time they have had ten telephone conversations, the latest one on September 25.