Kyrgyz Defence Minister Baktybek Bekbolotov says there will be no peace until an arbitrator comes between the two countries.
Recent border clashes killed nearly 100 people from the two neighbouring Central Asian states, signalling their friction could destabilise the entire region.
At least 94 have been killed between September 14 and 16 in fighting at a disputed section of the border in Kyrgyzstan's Batken province.
Kyrgyzstan's Health Ministry has announced that its death toll from the border clashes reached 46, with 129 others injured.
Kyrgyzstan reports 59 people deaths in the southern border region of Batken, with Tajikistan says 35 people have been killed.
Kyrgyzstan reports 36 deaths while Tajikistan reports 35 deaths from earlier fighting between the former Soviet republics over a border dispute.
Kyrgyzstan's border service have announced the new round of talks as the two countries traded blame for shelling that resumed after a shortly held ceasefire.
"Twenty-four bodies have been brought into the health establishments in the Batken region," says Kyrgyz Health Ministry, adding clashes wounded 87 others. Tajikistan has not released details of its casualties.
The Organization of Turkic States expresses 'grave concern about ongoing armed clashes' between Central Asian states.
Kyrgyzstan says its soldiers were returning fire after its outposts along the whole length of the border came under attack by Tajikistan, which hasn't commented on the allegation yet.
The Tajik side says Kyrgyz border guards have opened unprovoked gun and mortar fire on their outpost and that a border guard has been killed.
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