North Korean leader Kim Il Sung said Thursday that he'll hold his first summit with South Korea's president on easing tensions as soon as current high-level talks yield concrete results, reports said.

However, the latest round of talks between the two countries' prime ministers on improving relations ended Thursday with no agreement.In the North Korean capital of Pyongyang Thursday, Kim met South Korean Premier Kang Young-hoon, the highest level official from Seoul to meet the communist leader who launched the Korean War.

Kim said he was pleased with the second round of meetings in Pyongyang between the prime ministers of North and South Korea, charaterizing them as having gone "proceeded smoothly."