The leaders will meet in the Presidential Complex in Ankara, Erdogan's office said in a statement yesterday.
Moscow sides with Syrian President Bashar Assad while Turkey has supported his foes since the start of the Syrian civil war six years ago.
Russian Federation and Turkey would work "with the aim of deepening the coordination of our joint activity to solve the Syria crisis", Putin added.
"We reaffirmed our readiness to adhere to the final agreements reached in mid-September in Astana at the sixth worldwide meeting on Syria to create four zones of de-escalation, including the largest in the province of Idlib", Putin said at a joint news conference with Erdogan.
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"De-facto, the necessary conditions have been created for the end of the fratricidal war in Syria, the final defeat of terrorists and the return of Syrians to a peaceful life and their homes", said Putin.
The two leaders didn't mention a deal for Turkey to buy Russia's most advanced air defense missile system, the S-400.
Relations between Moscow and Ankara soured after a Turkish fighter jet shot down a Russian warplane on the Syrian border in late 2015.
Speaking at a news conference after talks in Ankara with Erdogan, Putin did not set out his view on the referendum.
Turkey, which is battling a more than three-decades-old Kurdish insurgency, strongly opposed the plebiscite, in which Iraqi Kurds voted overwhelmingly for independence. "We both agree on the territorial integrity of Iraq and Syria", Erdogan said.