Le Graet, listens to a speech during the 7th steering committee for the Euro 2016.
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Belgium Wednesday moved a friendly international against Portugal away from Brussels after the militant attacks on the city while UEFA said it has "contingency plans" for the European Championships in France.But Europe's governing body and the French government insisted that Euro 2016 will go ahead and there will be no games behind closed doors. Daesh (ISIS) assaults on Paris and Brussels over the past four months have increased the security spotlight on the 24-nation European Championships due to start in Paris on June 10 .UEFA and France say they are determined that Euro 2016 should go ahead.French football Federation president Noel Le Graet told AFP it would be a "dramatic" move to call off Euro 2016 because of the risk of attacks.
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