On September 28, at 10:00 a.m. four hours before the deadline and without accepting Hitler`s request to Czechoslovakia, the British ambassador to Italy, Lord Perth, called Italian Foreign Minister Galeazzo Ciano to request an urgent meeting.  Perth told Ciano that Chamberlain had asked him to ask Mussolini to enter into negotiations and urge Hitler to postpone the ultimatum.  At 11:00.m., Ciano met Mussolini and informed him of Chamberlain`s proposal; Mussolini agreed and responded by calling the Italian ambassador to Germany and telling him: “Go immediately to the Führer and tell him that whatever happens, I will be at his side, but that I ask for a delay of twenty-four hours before the start of hostilities. In the meantime, I`ll explore what can be done to fix the problem.  Hitler received Mussolini`s message during talks with the French ambassador. Hitler told the ambassador: “My good friend, Benito Mussolini, asked me to postpone the marching orders of the German army by twenty-four hours, and I agreed. Of course, this was not a concession, as the date of the invasion was set for October 1, 1938.  Addressing Chamberlain, Lord Perth thanked Chamberlain Mussolini and Chamberlain for asking Mussolini to attend a four-member conference from Britain, France, Germany and Italy in Munich on September 29 to resolve the Sudetenland problem before the 2:00 p.m. deadline.
Mussolini agreed.  Hitler`s only demand was to ensure that Mussolini was included in the conference negotiations.  As U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt learned that the conference was planned, he telegraphed Chamberlain, “Good man.”  An agreement was reached on September 29, and on September 30, 1938 at about 1:30 a.m.m.m Adolf Hitler, Neville Chamberlain, Benito Mussolini and Édouard Daladier signed the Munich Accords. The agreement was officially introduced by Mussolini, although in reality the Italian plan was almost identical to Godesberg`s proposal: the German army was to complete the occupation of the Sudetenland by October 10 and an international commission would decide on the future of other disputed territories. On the 17th. In September 1938, Hitler ordered the creation of the Sudeten German Freikorps, a paramilitary organization that took control of the structure of the ordnersgruppe, an organization of ethnic Germans in Czechoslovakia that had been dissolved the day before by the Czechoslovak authorities for its involvement in various terrorist activities. .