Putin and Erdogan to discuss the future of "the Turkish Stream" today.

Laying the pipeline was planned to start this summer and finish by 2020, but in the end the work had been frozen for an indefinite period.

History of relations between Russia and Turkey has more than five centuries. During this time it was different: bad peace and good arguments. But today the interests of Moscow and Ankara are close as ever. The turning point happened a year ago, in December 2014 Vladimir Putin during his visit to Turkey after talks with President Recep Erdogan announced the closure of the "South Stream" project.

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