South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun and Kim Jong Il, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), will sign on a joint declaration on Thursday morning, said a spokesman for the Presidential Office at Seoul Press Center for the inter-Korean summit.
The two leaders will participate in a signing ceremony for a joint declaration in Pyongyang before a farewell luncheon given by Kim Jong Il, said the spokesman.
Roh and members of South Korean delegation will visit the Pyonghwa Motor Plant and a waterlocks in DPRK's Southwestern port city of Nampo in the morning.
Roh will also visit the inter-Korean industrial complex in DPRK's border city of Kaesung in the afternoon on his way to Seoul, the spokesman said.
"The two sides are currently working on the final pact of the joint declaration," said the spokesman, adding that the signing ceremony can be held on time.