Afternoon: Cambon calls on Jagow who repeats the reasons
Posted on July 27th, 1914 by admin
Afternoon: Jules Cambon calls on Jagow who repeats the reasons for rejecting Grey’s four-power conference proposal. Germany is only willing to intervene in an Austro-Russian dispute, not one between Austria and Serbia.
Cambon points out a dispute involving Russia is a consequence of the one between Austria and Serbia. Jagow says talks between St Petersburg and Vienna are in progress and he expects good results from them.
Cambon says Serbia has accepted the Austrian demands except for a few details and Germany should counsel moderation in Vienna. Jagow admits he hasn’t had time to read the Serbian reply.