The Kremlin announced today that its relations of Russia with its countries Europe are at their lowest level and at the same time informed that Putin will have a telephone conversation with the Turkish president today Erdogan.

In recent days countries such as Moldova, Sweden and Norway have expelled Russian diplomats, prompting retaliation from Moscow.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said today that every wave expulsions of Russian diplomats reduces the room for diplomacy, while he stressed that Moscow will respond in a corresponding way.

In addition, Peskov pointed out that Russian President Vladimir Putin will have a telephone conversation today with his Turkish counterpart shortly before the inauguration of Turkey’s first nuclear power plant Akkuyu, which was built by the Russian state-owned nuclear power company Rosatom.

The two leaders after their conversation will participate online in the ceremony to mark the loading of nuclear fuel at the first Akuyo power plant.