In Vienna, De Bunsen meets with Berchtold. The British ambassador does not allude to his conversation with Lützow regarding Austria-Hungary’s plan for war with Serbia. For his part, Berchtold does not say anything to suggest that a crisis is imminent. In fact, Berchtold says next to nothing about the international situation, instead talking about horses and his and De Bunsen’s respective country houses. Each agrees that the other must come and visit.