Tonight we met with a small group of people, mainly representatives of political parties and organizations from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia (HSS, HSP, HSLS, HNS, HNS, etc.). We had a pleasant conversation, full of understanding and mutual respect. All of these people are almost in agreement; They all support a united Bosnia and Herzegovina and the principles that underpin the Washington agreement. Only one member of the HDZ was present, and he remained silent all the time. Those present belonged to different ethnic groups, which gave rise to a positive atmosphere for the organization of an interview. Citizens welcomed with joy and subject the agreement and the end of the war between Croats and Muslims. It is clear that this agreement will make their lives easier. I thought the agreement was reached because it was already scheduled for 18 .m. Around 16 .m., Izetbegovic called from Sarajevo and, by Silajdi`s reactions, I called that Izetbegovic had some sort of special demands that could not be included in the agreement at that time. He was angry, and he even asked us to give him privacy in the room so he could end the conversation. We went outside, and I don`t know what he said to Izetbegovié or what they were talking about. In any case, after this conversation, there was some agitation: Silajdsai spoke hastily to Granié, then to Radman.
He told me privately that others could not hear that Izetbegovic had asked to adapt the internal structure of Bosnia and Herzegovina to a presidential system. We had led the negotiations in a totally different direction and we had reached agreement on a strong government and a parliamentary system. On stage, we placed the flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina in an empty support. In the first two or three rows, the women sat with watery faces. I`ve rarely seen so much cheerfulness. Later, at the dinner, we were told that a large number of people present certainly did not support the agreement or what we said, but none of them had expressed disapproval.