Kohima, Oct 15 (UNI) A fresh talk between the Centre and the underground outift, NSCN-IM is expected to be held at the Hague at this month-end.
NSCN spokesman Samson Jojo in a statement has claimed the talk will be a crucial one to sort out the differences for the peace process in Nagaland. However, there was no confirmation from the government side immediately.
Mr Jojo said the proposed talk might focus on a new areas for a lasting peace as nearly sixty rounds of talks were held in and outside the country since decades.
He said that both the NSCN-IM leaders- Isak Chishi Swu and Th.
Muivah- would attend the meeting. They will be assisted by their emissary V. S. Atem and several senior leaders of the outfit.
Mr Th. Muivah has already reached in Amsterdam and Swu had left Bangkok for the Hague.
The NSCN-IM had agreed for the cease-fire with New Delhi on July 31, 1997, and extended the no conflict agreement at a meeting in Nagaland, first such meet in the state, on July 31, 2007 for indefinite period.
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