It sounds like a misuse of "conciliate", which means "to placate or pacify". Therefore, you can only conciliate things that have emotions; "clarifications" cannot be pacified. Perhaps someone was trying to sound a bit "fancy" without enough depth in vocabulary?
BTW, while I know the definition of "conciliate", I have never used it, heard it used, or seen it written other than when I was studying vocabulary ages ago. It's honestly a word you'll never need, like epicaricacy.
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