Talks on the security arrangements between the Sudanese government and armed groups in Darfur begin on Wednesday, said the South Sudanese mediation spokesman Dhieu Matouk.
The government and the armed groups agreed to conclude negotiations with the security arrangements as saying it would become a technical issue after political accords.
Last month the two sides for the extended the peace talks until 9 April. It is the third extension of the negotiations far behind the first schedule of 14 December 2019.
“Negotiations on the security arrangements will begin on Wednesday evening after the arrival of the negotiating team from the government side in Juba today,” Matouk told reporters on Tuesday evening.
The discussions are scheduled to continue for ten days.