A spokesman for Russian President Dmitry Peskov denied information about Vladimir Putin's visit to Antalya on August 31. Peskov said that the Russian President would be rooting for the Russian team remotely and his visit to the match was not scheduled in his work plan.
After the 2016 European Championship, the Russian national football team will play their first friendly match with Turkish team in the city of Antalya on August 31.
On August 24, Turkish media reported that Erdogan and Vladimir Putin is to meet once again at this football match game.
As QHA reported earlier, the first meeting of Erdogan and Putin, since the crisis in bilateral relations of Turkish and Russian Presidents took place in St. Petersburg on August 9.
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