The deputy Minister of Tourism of France convinces Americans of the safety of the Olympics in Paris

The deputy Minister of Tourism of France convinces Americans of the safety of the Olympics in Paris


France's Deputy Minister for Tourism, Olivia Gregoire, who is on a visit to New York, convinces her American colleagues that US citizens who intend to come to Paris for the Summer Olympic Games are not in danger in terms of security.

"We have been preparing for these games for seven years, any risks have been taken into account," Gregoire assured journalists.

According to her, 45,000 gendarmes and police officers, more than 18,000 military personnel and over 18,000 employees of private security services will be involved in ensuring security during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Paris.

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