Add Python 3 Train unit tests
This is a mechanically generated patch to ensure unit testing is in place for all of the Tested Runtimes for Train. See the Train python3-updates goal document for details: https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals/train/python3-updates.html Change-Id: I63ac91eecc784a935a6be27ab95a2e34e36f7c56 Story: #2005924 Task: #34245
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