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NOT FOR TONY LAC EApproved
for Release CIA Historical
FROM: DONKERIUCK
ollections Division AR 70-14 1OCT201
SUBJECT:
Dayton SITREP #2; November 4, 1995, 10:20pm.
Dreary, cold skI.S.ver
Dayton oh day three. Parties remain wanm and receptive to one
another, but showing almost no movement
on key issues - yet.
Friday night dinner under wing of B-52 and Stealth F-117 and in view of tomahawk
missiles in Air Museum approprate sng for peae ta.ange
and camaraderie
amongst all sides, and some interesting
side talks (Chris Hill - Kr jIsmk, Slobo - Haiia
Kerrick - Kolevic, etc. Core issues remain untouched.
Although
press leads one to believe Saturday recreation
day, serious talk continued
on
map, conatituto,
elections, and Federation,
plus more side talks. lsbinge had two
usedi hours with Slobo, helping our cause.
U.S. meeting with Izetbegovic
carved some progress on constitution
and elections, yet
Milosevio
and Xzy retain opposite views on election of national parliament
and
presidency.
BdOtiamia
making progress on developing
internal positions,
but differences
remain evident Izy/Mo in sync with Harris S on margin. At Dick Holbrooke's
urging
Iy agreed to talk directly with Milosevio on Sunday. Mo took Izy and Bosnian party to
Louisville for Tulane football game Saturday p.m.
Much effort duing day on Crts
Science Monitor reporter David Rohde, who is
apparently
alive. We ateho
Embassy SarAevo access Sunday. Holbrooke
met
with ten "m"bon-of
Rohdefamily
ihre today.
Milosevio
hosted dinner Saturday
ght at Oioers Club for U.S. delegation.
Chris
Spirou had lobsters down in fom Maine. Milosevic
testing each ofus separately.
Issues Need your help to prevent premature
negative decision
on U.SJRU
force in
Eastern Slavonia
until prospects
for settlement
unfold next week. No decision
needed
now. Will advise on progress.
LNTON LIBRARY PHOTOCOPY