The Ambassadors Conference began work in London on December 17th, 1912. Attending by the ambassadors: Mensdorf of Austria-Hungary, Lihnovski of Germany, Imperial of Italy, Kambon of France, Benkendorf of Russia. Ambassadorial Conference was chaired by the Foreign Minister of England, Edward Gray. The conference was convened to resolve the problems that came up after the Balkan wars. But in fact, during 8 months of work, the conference dealt mainly with the Albanian issue.