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OTTAWA, October 8. /TASS/. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has acknowledged recommendations of the Olympic Summit held in Lausanne, WADA press service said on Saturday.
Earlier in the day, Lausanne hosted the International Olympic Committee’s summit, which goal was to formulate suggestions on WADA reforming.
"WADA welcomes all constructive proposals aimed at reinforcing clean sport," said WADA President Craig Reedie. "Today’s Summit was one more stop on our road to strengthening WADA and the global anti-doping system. The recommendations that were put forward today will be considered along with others that we have received from stakeholders on such key topics as: WADA’s governance and funding model; consequences for non-compliance; investigations; and testing."
Following the 5th Olympic Summit, the IOC released the declaration summing up the main requirements concerning the WADA anti-doping system reforming.