Mirbach informed the German government about the negotiations with the "right of center", the desire to restore the figures of the organization in Russian bourgeois-landlord system. At last report, dated June 28, 1918 he wrote: "During the last conversation with the representatives of the" right of center "... Prince Urusov and former Assistant Secretary of Leontyev told how they imagine the performance of this group against the Bolsheviks. Hope for good luck coup, organized on their own, in their opinion, it has recently increased. Do not rule out the possibility that it can be carried out in a few weeks ... If the coup fails, then the group will be forced to make many ... group, particularly in Siberia, to join and to submit to it, to conclude an agreement with them, in which they are entitled will be processed to act on behalf of the monarch. Then they are going to publish a manifesto against the Bolsheviks, which announced the program of the new government, as well as the convening of general of the Land (Constituent) Assembly and the conclusion of peace with other nations. The group considers it necessary to express the wish to ease the Brest Treaty, which would have restored the viability of Russia. The group is still concerned about the possibility that the king or another member of the royal family fall into the hands of the Entente and will use it for their combinations. The group is trying to establish contacts with Siberian generals and, as I have previously reported, to keep the generals from the Don from the transition to the side of the Entente powers and to participate in their combinations. "