The upcoming exhibition, “Sport et Fraternité,” showcases 13 captivating photographs captured by the talented photographers of Agence France-Presse (AFP), offering a glimpse into the thrilling moments of Olympic competitions and the journey towards the 2024 Paris Games.

Through AFP’s unique lens of expertise, creativity, and innovation, the exhibition immerses viewers in unforgettable moments from these prestigious sporting events, allowing them to relive the excitement and emotion.

Grégory Robert, deputy consul general of France in Ho Chi Minh City, highlighted the significance of France hosting the Olympic Games for the third time, emphasizing the event as a global platform for athletes to connect, share experiences, and foster friendship.

Paris is expected to welcome nearly 15 million visitors, with an estimated four billion viewers tuning in worldwide. Beyond the competitions, cultural exchanges will showcase the richness of French culture to an international audience.

AFP, with its longstanding presence in Vietnam, is a trusted global news agency, delivering timely and comprehensive coverage of world events. With a team of 4200 journalists and editors spread across 100 countries, AFP provides diverse language content, utilizing an extensive news-gathering network that spans 151 countries. Their storytelling prowess encompasses video, writing, photography, and graphics, offering a unique perspective to audiences worldwide.

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the world of sports and fraternity through the eyes of AFP’s photographers. The exhibition “Sport et Fraternité” will be on display until late September, offering a unique perspective on the Olympic journey.

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