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GLASGOW /Scotland/, November 20. /TASS/. Head of the Independent Public Anti-Doping Commission Vitaly Smirnov has asked the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) for an expert, who could structure work of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory.
The Russian official said, staff of the Moscow laboratory, having all modern equipment, is highly qualified. Two independent foreign experts are working at the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), he added.
"We appreciate WADA’s assistance in inviting these specialists," he said in a report on reform of the Russian anti-doping system during WADA’s Executive Committee Meeting on Sunday. "Now, one fridge remained sealed there by the Investigative Committee, but I have a feeling this problem would be settled soon."
"As soon as it happens, we would like the lab to begin working immediately, and here we are addressing WADA for assistance in inviting a foreign specialists, we need, who has skills to structure it work; we are ready for absolute transparency and control over the laboratory in Moscow.".