The French prime minister Jean Castex has assured the French Polynesian government of France's continued financial support.
Castex met the visiting French Polynesian delegation, led by the President Edouard Fritch, who arrived in Paris for the first visit since the Covid-19 outbreak.
He said the overseas minister Sebastien Lecornu would prepare the renewal of the development contracts which were due to expire at the end of the year.
Fritch said France had contributed $US14 million towards health care but he sought more to invest in hospitals and cancer treatment.
The two leaders also discussed a further French loan to support French Polynesia's budget which has been ravaged by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lecornu said President Emmanuel Macron would visit French Polynesia before the end of his term in 2022.
In March, Macron cancelled a visit to Tahiti planned for April because of the Covid-19 crisis.