Turkey's foreign ministry advised people to postpone non-urgent travel to Russia on Saturday, as the tit-for-tat accusations and warnings continue after the downing of a Russian jet.
The statement, in Turkish, on its website came after the Kremlin that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had asked to meet with Russia's President Vladimir Putin in Paris on Monday.
If the talks go ahead, it will be the first time that both leaders are in the same country since Turkish forces shot down a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian border earlier this week, which killed one of two pilots. This prompted harsh words from the Kremlin and threats to scrap major energy projects and trade ties.
The Kremlin has not yet revealed whether President Putin will accept Erdogan's offer. However, Yui Ushakov, Putin's aide, told reporters that the president has refused to contact the Turkish leader considering that Erdogan has shown an "unwillingness to simply apologize for the incident."
Putin will travel to Paris to take part in COP21, a major UN climate conference which kicks off on Monday.