Paris 2012NewsGames in 2012A City, a NationThe TeamYour SupportAdd Paris 2012 to your bookmarks
Paris 2012Paris 2012
Home > NewsNews

Envoyer par mail

Delanoe: "The High Standards of the IOC"

In New York for a visit to the United Nations Headquarters, Bertrand Delanoe was asked by the American media to describe the Paris Olympic Bid. This was an opportunity for the Mayor to outline the high level of competition for the 2012 Games.
B. Delano? - © AFP
B. DelanoŽ: "Our goal is always to be professionnal, rigorous and above all united". (© AFP)
- Website of the City Council
- United Cities and
Local Governments

With the contest between London, New York, Madrid, Moscow and Paris, the Mayor and President of Paris 2012 said that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has a "very high quality of competition".† Bertrand Delanoe added that Paris†is determined†to "offer an outstanding, modern and humble candidature".

Questioned by journalists after meeting UN Secretary-General Koffi Annan, Bertrand Delanoe commented on the spirit of the Paris Bid, "Our goal is always to be professionnal, rigorous and above all united".† The Mayor said Paris 2012 has "the enthusiasm of the people and complete backing on a political level".

Bertrand Delanoe went on to add that the verdict will not be known "until the 6th of July in Singapore", at the special International Olympic Committee session.

Bertrand Delanoe left New York a couple of hours later for Sao Paulo to take part in a meeting for the Association "United Cities and Local Governments" of which he is President.
Back to top
Press cornerContactSite mapHelpLegal informationQuestions - Answers
Version fran?aise 
© All rights reserved PARIS 2012