Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and United States President Joe Biden spoke by phone.
"Erdogan and Biden agreed to hold a bilateral meeting at the NATO Summit in June to discuss bilateral and regional issues," the White House said in a statement, referring to a phone call more than three months after Joe Biden's inauguration.
The White House did not say whether the 1915 events would be recognized as genocide.
During his meeting with Erdogan, Biden emphasized expanding cooperation, effective management of disputes, and constructive bilateral relations, the statement said.
The Presidential Communications Directorate also announced the meeting.
"The leaders agreed on the strategic nature of bilateral relations and the importance of working together to expand co-operation on the basis of bilateral interest relations. President Erdogan stated that resolving issues such as the presence of FETO in the United States and US support for the PKK-PYD terrorist group in Syria is important for further development of Turkish-American relations." said in a statement.
Joe Biden will make an announcement about the events of 1915 on April 24, the US State Department said on April 23.