South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il are meeting Thursday to wrap up their summit in Pyongyang.
The two leaders are expected to conclude their meeting with a joint statement, after holding the first formal talks between the nations in seven years.
A South Korean official, Cheon Ho-seon has said the two men achieved "good results."
He said Mr. Roh and Mr. Kim discussed peace and economic cooperation. He added that the leaders made "satisfactory" progress and decided not to extend their summit until Friday.
On Wednesday, Mr. Roh said the two Koreas have a mutual desire for peace. But, he acknowledged "some disagreements" with Mr. Kim and said the two sides need to build trust.