Peace talks aimed at ending Myanmar's numerous long-running ethnic conflicts are due to get under way in the country's capital on Wednesday. The leaders of a number of armed groups have arrived in Naypyidaw.

But there are major obstacles to overcome for all sides in order for the new round of talks to make a real impact.

Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Naypyidaw.

Asia Pacific, Myanmar, War & Conflict