ISTANBUL, March 28 (Xinhua) -- The Russian delegation has arrived in Turkey's largest city Istanbul on Monday for a fresh round of peace talks with Ukraine, the CNN Turk broadcaster reported.
The plane carrying the Russian representatives landed at the Ataturk Airport, which is exclusively used for diplomatic missions, it said.
According to Turkish diplomatic sources, the talks are expected to begin on Tuesday morning.
In a phone call on Sunday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin agreed to hold the next round of negotiations in Istanbul.
Erdogan reiterated that Turkey would continue to contribute in every possible way during this process.
So far, Russia and Ukraine have held three rounds of in-person talks in Belarus, and their fourth session was a video conference.