IOC and IPC praise engagement and optimizations central to Paris 2024's plans to deliver new era of Games.

KARACHI -- Joint Delivery Partners Meeting, a Coordination Commission update and a Joint Steering Forum, involving the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and International Paralympic Committee (IPC), Paris 2024 and its local stakeholders, were organised remotely.

This gave the Organising Committee the opportunity to provide updates on its preparations to deliver an iconic, new model for the Games fit for a post-corona world.

Numerous topics were discussed as the Paris 2024 organisers outlined the development of their vision.

With sport as the core, hosting spectacular and sustainable Games that leave a lasting legacy for Paris, Seine-Saint-Denis, the Paris region and the wider French population remains the priority for the Organising Committee.

One important component of this is being delivered through an increasing number of engagement activities organised by Paris 2024.

Another is through further optimizations and simplifications being incorporated into the Games delivery concept, following similar efforts undertaken for the Tokyo 2020 Games.

Speaking after the meeting, IOC Coordination Commission Chair Pierre-Olivier Beckers Vieujant said, 'Planning towards the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 is not only on track; it's really going above and beyond, fully...

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