Kohima, Aug 22 (UNI) The third ''Naga Peace Summit'', which concluded at Chiand Mai in Thailand yesterday, has adopted a ten-point ''Covenant of Common Hope'', a statement here today said.
The summit which began on August 17, was organised by the Forum of Naga Reconciliation and attended by the representatives of the Naga underground groups, frontal HoHos, church leaders and civil societies.
In a joint statement by the representatives here today, the summit made an ''honest and sincere commitment before God in Christ and fellow Nagas to strengthen the ongoing process of Naga reconciliation, unity and peace in the spirit of forgiveness and mutual acceptance.''.
Terming the ten-point ''Covenant of Common Hope'' as representing the values on which the Nagas strive to establish people's trust and accountability, the participants assured that this will be demonstrated through both substantive and symbolic non-violent actions to achieve Naga reconciliation, unity and peace.
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