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IOC 'confident' in London 2012 despite riots

08-10-2011 12:45 BJT Special Report:London Riots |

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The London riots have brought doubts over whether the city is capable of successfully holding the 2012 Olympic Games. But the International Olympic Committee has voiced its full confidence.

The IOC is on an inspection tour to evaluate the preparation process of the 2012 Olympic Games. After the riots, delegations visited some of the burnt down blocks.

The spokesman for the London Olympics Committee said in a statement that all security measures have been carefully planned. And they will cooperate with the city police department to implement the measures.

The IOC remains confident about the future of the Olympics in London next year despite the current riots going on. Photo:


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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