Discussions on the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics took place at the inaugural United Kingdom-France Mayors' Summit in London.
Representatives from the London Borough of Newham met with counterparts from Saint Denis in the French capital at the knowledge-sharing event.
The idea was to pass on experiences from the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics before the Games in the French capital.
Much of the London Olympic Park was situated in Newham with Saint-Denis set to play a key role at Paris 2024 as the home of several venues.
Rencontre entre @NewhamLondon et @VilleSaintDenis lors du #UKFranceMayorsSummit pour partager l'expérience des JO de Londres en 2012 pour #Paris2024— UK in France (@UKinFrance) March 7, 2019
Meeting between #Newham and #SaintDenis during the 1st UK-FR Mayors' Summit to share #London2012 experience pic.twitter.com/efmo9LbBZZ
This includes the Athletes' Village, the aquatics centre and the focal venue of the Stade de France.
The Summit is viewed as a chance to bring together regional leaders from both Britain and France.
It is hoped that this will "strengthen links and celebrate local partnerships" between the two countries.