According to the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), the leaders of these 3 former warring groups met in the spirit of love, respect and understanding.
Naga underground leaders said that they feel sorry for having hurt each other. The programme was summoned by Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR).
The joint statement of the three erstwhile warring Naga groups said that “Nevertheless, our commitment to Naga reconciliation brought us together on August 20 in Dimapur, in the spirit of openness towards one another and the indispensable necessity of reconciliation for the historical and political cause of the Nagas.”
The three groups had signed the ‘Covenant of Reconciliation (CoR): A Journey of Common Hope’ in 2009 and committed for reconciliation and understanding among themselves.
But, S. S. Khaplang-led NSCN-K was not part of this latest political development though the united NSCN-K had signed the CoR in Chiang Mai in Thailand in June 2009 and afterwards expressed its commitment towards the Naga reconciliation process on various occasions.