The Tunisian Olympic Committee met with Paris 2024 representatives in the host city ©CNOT

The Tunisian Olympic Committee (CNOT) has travelled to France to hold meetings with the Organising Committee of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, discussing how best to prepare for the event.

Accommodation for athletes, pre-Games training camps and accreditation for the Olympics was addressed during talks.

It was part of the "Terre des Jeux" programme, which aims to improve sporting ties between nations, communities and people from all backgrounds.

Mayor of Meudon, Denis Larghero, welcomed the CNOT delegation; and he emphasised the desire to host the Tunisian team for the Games, reflecting the significant population from the country in this area.

Also on the agenda for the visit was ticketing and hospitality for delegates, which led to Paris 2024 explaining how the logistics of the Olympics would work.

Meudon could host Tunisian athletes prior to the Games ©Getty Images
Meudon could host Tunisian athletes prior to the Games ©Getty Images

CNOT representatives said they were impressed by the ideas raised by the organisers in their preparations to host the Games.

Finally, the delegation made a trip to the state-of-the-art facilities in the southwest area of Paris to witness the developments in infrastructure.

At Tokyo 2020, Tunisia won one gold and one silver - courtesy of Ahmed Hafnaoui in swimming and Mohamed Khalil Jendoubi in taekwondo - to finish 58th on the medal table.

Their best-ever Games came in 2012, winning two golds and one silver in London.