Information Minister Samira Rajab said Bahrain leaders are trying to find some common ground with al-Wefaq "despite insurmountable obstacles and unfeasible conditions" in a bid to pave the way for dialogue, CNN Arabic reported Saturday.
Akhbar al-Khaleej newspaper said state officials and leading members of al-Wefaq have already met "unofficially" to iron out the details of the dialogue and discuss prerequisites.
Al-Wefaq, which represents Bahrain's Shiite community, pulled out of the national dialogue in 2011 after violence exploded in the kingdom.
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