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Paris 2024: French PM chairs interministerial meeting ahead of Olympics


The Interministerial Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games meets under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, to take stock of the situation one and a half years before the 2024 Games in Paris. IMAGES

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