Burma's Karen rebels say they plan to hold a third round of peace talks with the country's ruling military government later this month.
A spokesman for the Karen National Union says the talks may touch on plans for designating areas of shared control between the government and rebels.
The French news agency quoted a Karen spokesman as saying the two sides are still negotiating a date and a venue for the talks. The spokesman said the rebel delegation will be led by first secretary Htoo Htoo Lay.
At talks in January, the government and rebels failed to make progress on relocating troops and aiding thousands of displaced persons. The two sides agreed in December to end five decades of fighting.
Information for this report is provided by AP and AFP.