U.N. officials managed to extract a few concessions from theBosnian Serbstoday in the first such softening in months by the victorious side. Bosnian leader Radovan Karadzic promised to release hundreds of detained U.N. peacekeepers and allow free movement of aid convoys. "More or less, we can say we are moving fast to normalization of our relations," Karadzic said. But earlier during the day Serbs gunners hit Sarajevo's presidency building in a missile attack, destroying parts of it. Meanwhile, diplomatic efforts continued in full force in Bosnia as U.N. envoy Yasushi Akashi shuttled back and forth between Sarajavo and the Serb enclave of Pale. And Western countries huddled in Brussels to try and forge a new peace plan acceptable to all sides in the conflict.Post your opinion on theInternationalbulletin board.