Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke will meet with Croat President Franjo Tudjman and Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic in Zagreb on Tuesday. He is expected to discuss reining in the combined Muslim-Croat forces, which have made significant territorial gains in northwest and central Bosnia during the past week. U.N. officials now say Muslims and Croats control more than half of the country and are still pressing forward. Although Holbrooke's peace plan calls for a cease-fire agreement by September 25, Stiglmayer reports that Bosnia's Foreign Minister Muhamed Sacirbey told reporters today that the fighting would continue, since he does not want to give the Serbs a chance to retrench. Stiglmayer notes: "Sacirbey thinks that negotiations will stretch into October, but an agreement will be signed after that."