UGs agree stop issue of detrimental statements
Source: Hueiyen News Service / Newmai News Network

Dimapur, June 10 2010: The three Naga underground organisations, NSCN-IM, NNC/FGN and NSCN-K (GPRN/NSCN), have pledged today in Dimapur once again resolved not to issue any statement in the media anymore against each other which is detrimental to the Naga reconciliation process.

The Joint Working Group of the three Naga underground outfits and the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) met today in Dimapur to reflectively and constructively engage on issues related to Naga reconciliation.

Emphasizing the importance to respect the spirit of Naga reconciliation, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) implored upon the political groups with the message of the Naga people, that any publication either in the print or visual media detrimental to the Naga reconciliation process needed to be stopped totally, with immediate effect, the FNR said tonight.

In response, the Joint Working Group of the NSCN-K (GPRN/NSCN), NNC/FGN, NSCN-IM (NSCN/GPRN) have resolved to once again reiterate not to publish any items in the printed or visual media which will injure one another, and can potentially endanger the Naga Reconciliation process.

The Joint Working Group expressed the urgency and necessity to hold a reconciliation meeting at the highest level between the signatories of the 'covenant' of Naga reconciliation at the earliest.

In a meeting of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), the members affirmed its commitment to actively pursue Naga reconciliation: A 'Journey of Common Hope', in all fairness, impartiality and mutual respect, keeping in mind the Naga common interest at its center.

The Forum for Naga Reconciliation calls upon the highest level of leadership of the signatories of the Covenant of Reconciliation to initiate a consultative mechanism that will explore all possible avenues to enable an inclusive and common Naga process to find a solution based on the political and historical rights of the Nagas, the FNR said.