North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will visit Russia, the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said Monday. The date and place of the visit was not announced, but would be revealed soon.

The spokesperson said "there are constant contacts through diplomatic channels," Russian media reported.

"I have already said that such a visit is really on the agenda. There is a necessary invitation, and we hope that in the foreseeable future the exact date and place will also be agreed on,” Peskov reportedly said.

The announcement of the plan comes just days after Kim's second summit with President Donald Trump. The summit, which took place in Vietnam, unexpectedly ended earlier than planned. The sudden collapse of talks was reportedly mocked by Russian state-run media.

“It ended so badly the sides even avoided signing any joint agreement," one host said, according to a translation reported by CNN. "Crafty Kim Jong Un was ready for some concessions, but not the ones Trump reportedly wanted.” Another reportedly called the results of the summit "meager."

“Overall very, very meager for such a pompous summit," she said, according to the translation.

Talks between Trump and Kim ended Thursday as the leaders failed to reach an agreement. Trump defended his decision to terminate the negotiations, saying "sometimes you have to walk."

Kim Jong Un North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends a joint news conference in Pyongyang, Sept. 19, 2018. Photo: Pyeongyang Press Corps/Pool via REUTERS

Meanwhile, Russian media also reported Monday that members of its parliamentary group on relations with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (the official name for North Korea) will go to Pyongyang on April 12. The meeting is aimed at discussing the creation of a platform for dialogue between Russian, North Korean and South Korean parliamentarians. 

"The trip is scheduled for April 12... Actively supported the creation of such a platform by friendship groups - Russian and North Korean. [South Korean parliamentarians] are also ready to join this work, we met, they are interested in having such a platform created," Kazbek Taysaev, the head of the group, said. He noted that "great interest" was also expressed by China for the talks.