Is it correct to say:
- We shall discuss it in our today's meeting.
Or would it be more correct to say something longer like:
- We shall discuss it in our meeting that is scheduled for today.
ADDED: There is now also a related thread that is attempting to address the grammaticality of the expression "our today's meeting": Why is “our today's meeting” wrong? — Though, personally (F.E.), I haven't found their arguments for proving that it is ungrammatical to be convincing.