The Kremlin has Friday full commitment to the global antidopingbureau WADA, that a vain visit to the dopinglaboratorium in Moscow.
The government came up with that communication after a call from director Yuri Ganus of the Russian antidopingbureau RUSADA to president Vladimir Putin to get the right data to hand.
Employees of the WADA returned last week empty handed after a visit to the dopinglab in Moscow. They were not the required information about doping tests from Russian athletes.
The obtaining of such data was one of the conditions to the suspension of RUSADA to eliminate the dopinglab in Moscow to accredit. Ganus cried then Putin on the matter before the end of this year to resolve to get a new suspension to avoid.
A spokesman for the Kremlin says that Ganus’t worry need to make. “He is not aware of all the details and his concerns are unfounded. We are already in contact with WADA and will be required to deliver data.”
Sportminister said Wednesday all cooperation to
Minister Pavel Kolobkov of Sport said Wednesday though that his country was willing to copy the data, with due observance of the Russian laws. “The technical details and the use of certain equipment must still be discussed”, he said.
The RUSADA was three years suspended, after it appeared that the dopinglab was involved in large-scale by the state-controlled doping.
That also led to the exclusion of Russian athletes for the Olympic Winter games in Pyeongchang. Only ‘clean’ athletes from Russia were under a neutral flag to participate.
For the restoration of the accreditation of the Russian dopinglab for 31 december inspection. “We are at the edge of the abyss, and I ask you the present and the future of clean sport and to protect,” said Ganus Thursday. “This needs to be resolved soon.”