Wednesday, February 21, 2024

FNR fifth reconciliation meet

The fifth meeting of the Naga political groups (factions) and Forum for Naga Reconciliation was held on November 4 and 5 in Dimapur to explore and create options and find ways to strengthen the ongoing journey of common hope. In their continued commitment to reconciliation, 35 participants comprising the Forum for Naga Reconciliation and various Naga political groups agreed to pursue creatively in overcoming hurdles and obstacles towards reconciliation.
Recognizing that realization of Naga rights was the shared yearning that bonded all Naga people, participants upheld the Naga reconciliation as a process to address and overcome various political differences, so as to safeguard and strengthen historical and political rights of the Nagas.
The Forum for Naga Reconciliation expressed gratitude to leaders of Naga political groups (factions) for exercising their utmost restraint despite difficult circumstances; and for heeding to Naga peoples call for reconciliation, unity and peace. The forum implored the leaders of the Naga political groups to continue exploring all possible non-violent options to resolve differences and to building a consensus on a common hope.
The two-day meeting which concluded Wednesday was the fifth occasion that Naga political groups (factions) met together in Nagaland since September. According to Forum for Naga Reconciliation unlike previous meetings, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation and the Naga political groups (factions), participants spent overnight together in one house, engaged in formal and informal discussions and partook in devotion and prayer.

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