FNR meets Kitovi and Khole

In this image released to the media top GPRN/NSCN leaders are seen here with members of the FNR at Khehoyi camp on Saturday.
DIMAPUR, APRIL 3 (MExN): In an effort towards realization for the “Highest Level Meeting” between the signatories of the “Covenant of Reconciliation”, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) met with the Ato Kilonser of the GPRN/NSCN, Mr. N. Kitovi Zhimomi and the Commander-in-Chief General Khole at Camp Khehoyi on Saturday the 2nd April 2011, in the presence of the Convenor, National Political Advisory Committee (NPAC), Kilo Kilonser, members of the JWG and other senior members of the political group. This was informed in a press note issued by the FNR.
While the FNR updated the process of the Naga reconciliation and impressed upon the meeting to have the meeting of the highest level leaders at the earliest possible time, the Ato Kilonser re-assured that the GPRN/NSCN is fully committed to the reconciliation process and that they had done everything to bring the President, Mr. S.S. Khaplang for the proposed meeting. However the sudden disturbing developments in the eastern Naga areas created an aggressive and unfavorable situation which prevented their President from undertaking the journey to participate in the proposed meeting. The Ato Kilonser assured that the highest level meeting would be possible when situation becomes more conducive. He added that they would always be committed to work for peace.
General Khole recounted some of the major events of the past which caused divisions in the ranks and files of the Naga National political movement. He said that it is important to know what happened in the past in order to set the “wrongs” into “right”. He recollected some of his “sharing” with his earlier comrades particularly with Mr. Isac Chishi Swu and Mr. Th. Muivah, the Chairman and General Secretary of the NSCN/GPRN. Expressing his deep appreciation to the works the FNR have undertaken so far, Gen. Khole encouraged FNR to take the reconciliation process forward. He affirmed that he was fully committed and supportive to the reconciliation process and that everything would be possible only when Nagas are united as one.
Acknowledging that there were so many difficulties in the last three years of the Journey of Common Hope, the FNR appreciated all the signatories of the CoR for their courage and abilities to overcome many of the seemingly impossible hurdles.