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At that time was in eastern Herzegovina, where he had about 12,000 Chetniks under his command. According to a German report, in the process of ‘cleansing’ this territory, his unit killed about 6,500 Communists (mostly Serbs) so that there were no Partisans left in his area. He guaranteed absolute safety to all the German occupying authorities, as well as the loyal conduct of his units towards all inhabitants of the Sarajevo-Višegrad area, if the Germans would allow him to maintain order in this sector.
General Roatta, commander of the Italian Second Army, had the first say in determining policy in the Italian zone of occupation. His directive to corps commanders, sent out in mid-February 1942, contained the official Italian position regarding the NDH, the Chetniks and the Communists. In it Roatta asked commanders to respect Croatia as an ally, but he informed them they should take a firm hand in dealing with the Croatian authorities and show no trace of weakness. Bosnia and Herzegovina in the second world war 24 Roatta ordered that negotiations with the Chetniks be avoided and he forbade Italian commanders from assuming any obligations to local Chetnik units, especially of a political nature.
The Serbian population, which constituted a majority around the town of Ključ, did not want to remain under Ustasha rule because of the massacre of Serbs in Ključ and elsewhere. The report stated that thousands of Serbs living west of Sanski Most were involved in the uprising. The report also mentions that the authorities in Varcar-Vakuf (MrkonjićGrad) were willing to collaborate with the Italians. After the arrival of the Italians, the Orthodox population started returning to their villages. According to this report, the revival of the livestock market in Drvar had a positive impact on local morale.