The question of the restoration of the Russian anti-doping Agency rights scheduled September 20. The WADA experts point to the failure of two mandatory requirements
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Committee of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) compliance with the requirements of the organization recommended not to restore the rights of the Russian anti-doping Agency (RUSADA). It is reported bi-Bi-si with reference to the corresponding letter for the upcoming session, which should be considered this issue.
The letter says that Russia has not complied with two requirements of those that WADA has put forward RUSADA in August 2017. In particular, the document says, RUSADA has not recognized that the officials of the Ministry of sport participated in the doping scheme disclosed a member of the independent Commission WADA Richard McLaren. In addition, as stated in the document, not the completed item on the WADA access to data and analyses of the Moscow laboratory.
The meeting of the WADA Executive Committee, which will decide the question of the possible restoration of RUSADA rights, will be held September 20.
WADA acknowledged RUSADA non-compliant to the standard in 2015 after investigation Richard McLaren, which was about doping in Russian sports. In November 2017 WADA have already considered the question of the possible restoration of RUSADA rights, but then it was a negative decision. In justification it was said that Russia has not complied with two points mandatory requirements. It was the same requirements mentioned in the current letter of the Committee of the Agency.