Assam, M’laya CMs meet on border issue taking 6 areas of differences for Phase-I discussions

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Meghalaya chief minister mentioned in his tweet that they have made considerable positive progress through our joint dialogue and hope to arrive at an amicable solution shortly
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Guwahati: A political-level meeting was held between the Assam and its Meghalaya counterpart on the border issue taking the 6 areas of differences for Phase-I discussions on Wednesday evening.

The meeting was held at Koinadhora in Guwahati.

Informing about the development, Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma took to Twitter saying, “Meeting was held at a political level with the Assam counterpart on the border issue taking the 6 areas of differences for Phase I discussions.”

The Meghalaya chief minister also mentioned in his tweet that they have made considerable positive progress through our joint dialogue and hope to arrive at an amicable solution shortly.

Meanwhile, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted saying, “Our regional committees have submitted their reports and we are working towards a final agreement on many disputed border areas. I am confident that gradually we will be able to resolve all-long pending border issues with Meghalaya & other neighbouring states.”

Apart from the chief ministers of both states, Deputy CM Meghalaya Prestone Tynsong and several ministers and senior officers of both states were present in the meeting.

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