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Jean -

On Tue, Oct 09, 2012 at 07:38:27PM +0200, Jean Weber wrote:
My point was that I don't know what the rules are in Berlin (or in
London), so I asked. Otherwise I might tend to assume (wrongly) that
the rules are the same as what I am used to.

What makes the difference is not so much the city or the country in 
which the conference is held, but the fact that the venue is a building 
of the federal government. That's why there will be security checks at 
the entrance, including x-ray scanning of your luggage.

Nevertheless, carrying weapons of any kind is illegal in Germany during 
any kind of public event, be it in a ministry building or not. But this 
is more a question of common sense than of legislation.

While we're talking about common sense: If you were able to take an item 
with you on a plane, it is likely you will be able to take it with you 
when entering the conference center.


Martin Bayer
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