Several primates - leaders of provinces, which play a role similar to that of the Episcopal Church in the United States - have asked to meet with him privately, and only on the condition that he never reveal that he met with them or discuss what they talked about.
It goes against Robinson's desires to hide the truth, but he's willing.
"I'm sad about that," he said. But "I will do anything to sit down with those folks and try to heal this gulf between us."
That would imply these are the primates who currently have a problem with him.