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TIME's Alexandra Niksic reports that the Bosnian Serb government issued a statement Thursday supporting the Dayton peace accord. "They pledged to help implement the agreement and have called for the establishment of 'local headquarters' in each town to oversee the implementation," says Niksic. The leaders of the Serb neighborhoods of Sarajevo and Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic have also been quiet over the last two days, a further sign, Niksic says, that "they may be getting used to the agreement." Meanwhile, General Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serb military commander who disappeared from public view after threatening violence two weeks ago, is reportedly keeping a low profile at his headquarters in Banja Luka.