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Paris 2024: French ministers discuss post-Olympics legacy

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An interministerial committee on the Olympics is held in the Paris suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis under the leadership of Prime Minister Jean Castex, in the presence of several of his ministers, for a progress report, and to discuss post-Olympic legacy. IMAGES

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