Thanks to all for your kindly regards and comments :)

Steven, concerning to the public safety, our city are different from the
known issues of the northern states of the country. In the link you quote
for United States citizens are properly pointed for Mexico City: "no
advisory is in effect". Also, the Centro Historico area (the venue are in
the north of this Downtown area) is safe for tourism. But we will have in
addition the special support and coordination with the Mexico City
authorities for more vigilance and a special operative for reduce any risk
to the minimum in the venue and their perimeter.

2014-04-21 22:55 GMT-05:00 Philippe Beaudette <>:

> On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 6:08 PM, Steven Walling <
> >wrote:
> > it would be comforting to hear how we've assessed the bid
> > regarding the safety issue, and how we're going to be prepared in case
> the
> > worst (robberies, kidnappings) do happen.
> >
> Not a small concern.  But, I should point out, one that we've dealt with
> before.  We had laptops stolen in Argentina, and physical safety concerns
> in Alexandria, as I recall.  I say this not to put a panacea of "oh, there
> there, it'll be fine" in place, but to assure people that this is something
> that I know that Garfield and Elle, and the rest of the WMF team working on
> this will consider and keep in mind. :-)
> pb
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