How can I create S to S authentication to Jira in Python?

I am using atlassian_jwt_auth. FOllowing is my code snippet.

import requests
import json
import os
import atlassian_jwt_auth
from atlassian_jwt_auth.contrib.requests import JWTAuth

class my_class(object):

signer = atlassian_jwt_auth.create_signer_from_file_private_key_repository('', 'C:/python/jwtprivatekeys')
a_jwt = signer.generate_jwt('audience')
public_key_retriever = atlassian_jwt_auth.HTTPSPublicKeyRetriever('')
verifier = atlassian_jwt_auth.JWTAuthVerifier(public_key_retriever)
verified_claims = verifier.verify_jwt(a_jwt, 'audience')
print (verified_claims)


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