The international Olympic Committee (IOC) will allocate a world anti-doping Agency (WADA) of $ 500 million for further investigation of the doping problem in Russia, according to the portal Inside the games.

“The IOC Executive Board agreed with the request of the President of WADA Craig reedy to allocate $ 500 million for special investigations of the doping problem in Russia, provided that the Professor McLaren should actively cooperate on this issue with the Commission Canivet and Oswald,” said IOC Director General Christophe de Kepper.

WADA, the independent Commission on July 18 presented the public report on the investigation into allegations of doping and fraud at the Olympic games 2014 in Sochi.

The report States that the Commission found evidence to support the RF Ministry of sport, the sports training Center (TSSP) national teams of Russia and FSB doping program in Russian sports. On the basis of the WADA Executive Committee recommended that the IOC, the International Paralympic Committee and international sports federations to disqualify Russian athletes from participation in the competition.

The IOC, in turn, adopted a decision on establishment of the disciplinary Committee, chaired by Denis Oswald, which was engaged in the re-examination of all doping tests of the 2014 Olympics, taken from the Russian Olympic team.

In mid-September, the President of Committee Thomas Bach in his letter of appeal to the 97 IOC members announced on the actual beginning of the work of the other commissions of the IOC, headed by guy Canivet, who is also involved in investigating breaches of anti-doping legislation in Russia, notes TASS.

IOC WADA will allocate half a million dollars on the investigation of the doping problem in Russia 12.11.2016

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