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NEW YORK, November 19. /TASS/. Argentina, Bolivia and Ukraine have been using uncertified anti-doping labs for athletes' blood and urine tests, the press service of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said at its Foundation Board Meeting under way in the U.S. Colorado Springs.
The countries where the labs are confirmed to be non-compliant with WADA requirements will be re-certified by March 2016.
Also, reports are coming that the national anti-doping agencies of Andorra and Israel are not compliant with the organisation's code while the anti-doping agencies of Brazil, Belgium, France, Greece, Mexico and Spain have been put on the compliance "watch list.".