On May 2, Vladimir Putin will hold talks with Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel in Sochi.
The two leaders will discuss the current state and prospects of bilateral relations, including energy, trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian cooperation.
They also plan to address key international problems, including the fight against terrorism, the situation in the Middle East and the implementation of the Minsk Agreements on the Ukrainian crisis settlement.
The two heads of state will also exchange views on the forthcoming G-20 Summit to be held in Hamburg in July.
On May 3, President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan will make a working visit to Russia at the invitation of Vladimir Putin.
During the upcoming talks in Sochi, the two leaders will exchange views on the entire range of Russian-Turkish relations, including in the context of the agreements reached at the sixth meeting of the High-Level Russian-Turkish Cooperation Council held in Moscow on March 10.
They are also expected to address current regional and international problems, above all, concerning the joint struggle against terrorism and the settlement of the Syrian crisis.