But Rogge claims he is not worried about the latest hold-up.
He said: "It's not really a concern in that we know a solution is being prepared and discussed with both federations.
"They are in the final straight and the result will be very satisfactory for the two federations.''
The sports were originally planned to be sited in a temporary venue in Greenwich, near the O2 arena.
Rogge also expressed his confidence the weather and concerns over the budget in the wake of the credit crunch would not spoil next month's Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
The Canadian city has been experiencing some unseasonally warm weather, but Rogge said the latest weather report showed the mountains areas where the skiing events will be staged had more than enough snow, and there was a contingency plan in place.
"There is a permanent contingency planning for the entire duration of the Games,'' said Rogge.
"The latest is that Whistler mountain is absolutely fine and Cypress mountains is absolutely fine on the track.''
"In terms of the budget, we had some savings to do in the budget of VANOC [Vancouver organising committee] but these were chosen very carefully as to not impact the Games and experience for the athletes. The athletes won't feel anything of the financial crisis.
"Vancouver can say that everything is ready now. I am very optimistic for the staging of these Games."