Russia will fulfil WADA and IAAF recommendations - sports minister

Russia will fulfil WADA and IAAF recommendations - sports minister

MOSCOW - Russia's sports minister said Monday that the country will follow recommendations by international sporting bodies after a report by a World Anti-Doping Agency independent commission said Russia should be banned from athletics competitions.

"If international bodies such as the International Association of Athletics Federations or WADA make any recommendations on the basis of the report by the WADA commission, we will certainly fulfil them," Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko said

"If international bodies such as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) or WADA make any recommendations on the basis of the report by the WADA commission, we will certainly fulfil them," Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko told Interfax news agency.

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