Russian officials have denied any knowledge of the upcoming summit though.
The North Korean leader decided against coming to Moscow for the Victory Day celebrations on May 9 citing internal affairs in his country as the reason he had to cancel the planned visit.
Pyongyang then said that Kim Yong-nam, the head of the presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, would attend the Moscow events.
South Korean experts believe that Vladimir Putin could meet Kim Jong-Un either during the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok on August 12-15 or during a stopover on his way to Japan later in the year.
Political experts in Moscow, well informed about the current state of Russian-North Korean relations, dismiss these reports as mere speculation.
Meanwhile, sources in the Russian parliament said that North Korea’s parliamentary speaker Choe Thae-bok was expected in Moscow shortly, but added that the visit had nothing to do with any planned meeting between the two countries’ leaders.