Southern Thailand peace talks to resume in Malaysia on March 7

Southern Thailand peace talks to resume in Malaysia on March 7

Gen Wallop Raksanoh, the Thai chief negotiator in the southern Thailand peace talks, attends a press conference in Phuket on Jan 15, 2022. (AFP photo)
Gen Wallop Raksanoh, the Thai chief negotiator in the southern Thailand peace talks, attends a press conference in Phuket on Jan 15, 2022. (AFP photo)

Peace talks between the government and rebels from southern Thailand will resume in Malaysia on March 7, according to a report in the Star newspaper, citing the facilitator for the negotiations.

Representatives from both sides will meet at a hotel in Petaling Jaya, the report said citing Rahim Noor, who represents the Malaysian government.

The parties last met in Malaysia in January and Rahim had said then that the meetings had progressed “very well,” according to the report.

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