Russian President Vladimir Putin invited Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Russia during a telephone conversation, the Kremlin's press service reported, quoted by RIA Novosti.
"Putin invited Erdogan to a working visit to Russia in the coming days. The invitation was accepted," the statement said.
Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis has denied reports that the government is going to allow all stores to stay open on every Sunday.
"There is no such debate within the ministry. The issue of Sunday openings has been adequately dealt with by the previous government," Georgiadis told Skai TV.
He added that shopowners are divided over the issue.
A working meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his colleague Emmanuel Macron began in France.
Putin has expressed concern about the nuclear weapons test in space ban. However, he assured that there was no danger of increased radiation following the incident at a Russian Arctic landfill last week.
Several districts of the Greek capital were left without electricity on Tuesday afternoon after a breakdown at a public power utility's (PPC) high-voltage substation in Rouf.
The areas affected include Rouf, Korydallos, Egaleo and Nea Smyrni.
Power is expected to be restored soon, according to SKAI TV.
After meeting his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic, Macron said he would invite delegations from both countries to Paris, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, "Euronews" reports.