Another NSCN (IM)-GOI peace talk ends on a mixed note


DIMAPUR, July 18 (Newmai News Network): Another milestone has been achieved as another chapter in the decade long bilateral peace negotiation between the government of India and NSCN-IM came to a close today with representatives from both the sides meeting in New Delhi and agreeing that while much have been achieved, much remains to be achieved.

A joint statement signed by New Delhi interlocutor RS Pandey and the NSCN team led by its chief negotiator and general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah stated that while the differance between the two parties have narrowed, some of the proposals would require further negotiations to reach a mutually acceptable solution

Sustained negotiations over the post few months have led to a set of proposals for an honorable political settlement based on the uniqueness of Naga history and situation which was recognized by the government of India in 2002, as well as the contemporary realities and a future vision consistent with the imperatives of the 21st century, said the joint statement. 

It also maintained that by appreciating and respecting each other`s positions and difficulties both the parties are confident in working out a settlement in the shortest possible time.


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