The French city has big preparations for its third Summer Olympics, which will take place exactly 100 years after the previous time it hosted the athletic event.
According to Estanguet, preparations for the 2024 Games are well advanced, and despite the pandemic's problems, there are no substantial construction delays.
Three years later, the Paris team is still hoping that the epidemic that wreaked havoc on the Tokyo Olympics would be over by 2024.
"Of course, we are learning a lot as we have done here in Tokyo about adapting to the challenges of a pandemic," said Agathe Renoux, spokesperson for Paris 2024. "We are ready to adapt and we are keeping our focus on our exciting Games."
Mathieu Hanotin Is the mayor of the Parisian suburb of Saint Denis that will host the centerpiece of Olympics infrastructure
Beach volleyball will be held at a temporary stadium erected in the city centre, on the renowned Champs de Mars, with the Eiffel Tower as a background, following in the footsteps of London 2012
The archery will be held on the large lawn in front of Les Invalides, about one kilometre to the east, while the equestrian events will be held in the Palace of Versailles' sumptuous gardens.
The opening ceremony, which will be held in the heart of Paris for the first time, is still under wraps, but organiser Estanguet stressed the need of "connecting the public" with the Games.
The Games promise much-needed infrastructure development across Paris, including new metro and road links, with around one billion euros ($1.18 billion) in Olympics-related investment planned.