The opposition representatives are scheduled to attend Thursday’s talks, opposition sources told Anadolu Agency. It will include a spokesman and a small technical team.
The opposition on Saturday had called for the postponement of the negotiations until March 20 because they claimed Syrian government has breached a violation.
Opposition delegate Osama Abu Zaid earlier tweeted that the opposition would not attend.
Following the Dec. 30 cease-fire, the first round of Astana talks were held on Jan. 23 and Jan. 24, brokered by Iran and Russia, who support the Bashar al-Assad government, and Turkey, which backs the opposition. A second round was held in mid-February.
The negotiations continue in parallel with a more formal UN-mediated peace process in Geneva.