That document dealt with the issue of the crisis and how I saw it and what my role had been and what it thought my role could continue to be. Reverend Jackson, during the discussions, dealt with the rumours, as he termed them, that had been circulating about diamond dealing and arms trading, where they were talking about gunrunning and diamond smuggling. He urged my government to do everything that we could to try to remove these rumours that were hurting, as he termed, hurting my government. We promised we would do so. He also dealt with the peacekeeping efforts and what I could do, and he recognised the role that Liberia had played and urged Liberia to continue to play such constructive role.