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Top leaders of 3 Naga groups meet, vow to reconcile

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Kohima, Sept 19 (PTI): Top leaders of three Naga underground organisations have met for the first time and vowed to work towards ending hostilities among themselves and consolidating understanding.

NSCN(I-M) general secretary Th Muivah, NSCN(K) general secretary N Kitovi Zhimomi and NNC/FGN president S Singnya held a meeting organised by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) at Dimapur yesterday.

"We commit to cessation of all forms of hostilities, including any territorial expansion (supremacy of one group over other in geographical term), and for this the Joint Working Group (of three factions) will meet from time to time," the three leaders said in a joint declaration.

The joint declaration was made honouring the spirit of "Covenant of Naga Reconciliation" signed at Chiang Mai in Thailand in June last year by the three groups.

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Top leaders of 3 Naga groups meet, vow to reconcile

Kohima, Sept 19 (PTI): Top leaders of three Naga underground organisations have met for the first time and vowed to work towards ending hostilities among themselves and consolidating understanding.

NSCN(I-M) general secretary Th Muivah, NSCN(K) general secretary N Kitovi Zhimomi and NNC/FGN president S Singnya held a meeting organised by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) at Dimapur yesterday.

"We commit to cessation of all forms of hostilities, including any territorial expansion (supremacy of one group over other in geographical term), and for this the Joint Working Group (of three factions) will meet from time to time," the three leaders said in a joint declaration.

The joint declaration was made honouring the spirit of "Covenant of Naga Reconciliation" signed at Chiang Mai in Thailand in June last year by the three groups.

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