China's special envoy on Darfur issue Liu Guijin arrived in Khartoum on Tuesday for a three-day visit to Sudan.
During his visit, the Chinese envoy will hold talks with Sudanese officials on the situation in Darfur as well as other issues of common concerns.
This is Liu's third visit to Sudan since he was appointed to the present post in May.
After the visit in Sudan, the Chinese envoy will fly to Libya to attend the inaugural session of the peace negotiations between the Sudanese government and anti-government movements in Darfur.
The Darfur peace talks, which have been deadlocked since a peace agreement was signed between the Sudanese government and a main anti-government group in May 2006, will be resumed in Libya on October 27, under the co-sponsorship of the United Nations and the African Union.
(Xinhua News Agency October 24, 2007)