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Rome

Olympic torch 'would start in Lampedusa' says Montezemolo

Rome 2024 bid to cost 24.9 million euros

Olympic torch 'would start in Lampedusa' says Montezemolo

Rome, January 11 - The 2024 Olympic torch will begin its journey on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa if Rome lands the Games, bid committee chair Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said Monday. "This will be a strong signal for the South and for a vast European issue, that of migration," he said of the island that is the first landfall for refugees and asylum seekers fleeing war and Islamist terror in Africa and the Middle East. There will also be stops at the Vatican, the Mosque of Rome, and the Grand Synagogue of Rome, Montezemolo said. "We'll call it the Great Peace Marathon," he told reporters at the official presentation of Rome's Olympic bid, which was first announced in September. The budget for Rome's Olympic run is an estimated 24.9 million euros, of which five million to come from private sponsors and the rest from Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) and the government. "We are resoundingly below (the planned spending of fellow candidates) Los Angeles and Paris," Cordero di Montezemolo said. "Less than 10% of that budget will go to staff, he said.

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