Pierre-Olivier Beckers, Chairman of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, and Tony Estanguet, Chairman of the Organizing Committee, opened the sixth and penultimate meeting of the Coordination Commission on Monday. coordination. For three days, its members, representatives of the IOC, international federations or the International Paralympic Committee, will take stock of the Parisian file and will visit the construction site of the future Aquatic Center on Tuesday.
“There is still a lot of work to do, insisted Pierre-Olivier Beckers from the start. It is important to be here, together, to continue to confirm the way in which we all wanted to work in the preparation of the Games […] with the objective of making these Olympic Games unique Games which will mark history, which can be a turning point in the history of modern Games. »
Tony Estanguet, for his part, began by paying tribute to Bernard Lapet, disappeared on May 2. He then pointed out that the project “incredibly moving forward. We are where we wanted to be a few years ago. […] We have succeeded in ensuring that ambition is always there. »
Beyond the strict satisfaction, some delicate subjects, such as security, should be on the program.