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NSCN leaders to visit India for talks

Jaishree Balasubramanian in Bangkok | October 22, 2004 16:35 IST

Nationalist Social Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) leaders on Friday accepted Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's invitation to visit India for further talks.

The issue was discussed during the talks the government's interlocutor K P
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"The outcome of today's talks between the Indian government side and the NSCN (IM) was very good. The talks went off very well and we have accepted the prime minister's invitation to visit India," a member of the Naga delegation said.

The member, who did not want to be identified, said the dates for the visit had not been decided though it was likely to be in mid-November or December.

Another round of talks will be held on Saturday before the two sides issue a joint statement, he said.


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