Kohima, Sep 15 (UNI) Reiterating the commitment made by the underground groups in Chiang Mai (Thailand) meet, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) today urged them to shun all forms of violence.
An official release of the FNR issued here reminded that the 'Naga Reconciliation: A Journey of Common Hope' began in earnest faith in February this year, leading to a series of meetings, both outside and in Nagaland.
During these meetings, sensitive issues were discussed and all Naga political organisations agreed to be part of the common journey of hope.
As agreed in the Chiang Mai Naga Peace Summit III, the FNR urged the Naga political organisations to exercise the utmost restrain and shun all forms of confrontation.
The FNR, knowing the difficulties involved, made this plea to the organisations concerned to work together in addressing the differences that stood in the way of achieving realistic Naga reconciliation, the release stated.
''Let us all give reconciliation a chance,'' the forum appealed.
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