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This round of talks, fourth since January when the NSCN (I-M) leaders visited India, is considered important as some headway on the vexed issue is likely.
The issue continues to be the biggest impediment in the successful conclusion of the peace talks aimed at ending the five-decade-old insurgency in Nagaland. In fact, during the last round of talks in Bangkok in July, the Naga leaders made it clear that their visit to India later this year, would be contingent upon a "tangible" progress in the talks.
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