Vladimir Lukin

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MOSCOW, March 27. /Offset. TASS albert Starodubtsev/. The head of the Russian Paralympic Committee (RCC), Vladimir Lukin unhappy with how the interaction with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to the issue of recovery of RCC membership in the organization. About this Lukin said at a meeting with journalists at the end of the RCC Executive Committee.

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“In the course of the Executive Committee we discussed how work is progressing on the restoration of the RCC, we are actively involved in the implementation of the proposed IPC us “road map” – said Lukin. – We sent to IPC all reports about our work, they are now the working group of the organization. But, unfortunately, the response to our information goes quite poorly, if at all goes” .

Despite the challenges of the feedback Paralympic Committee continues to work intensively on the implementation of the 76 points of the “road map,” said Lukin. “Work in those matters which depend on us, the RCC is trying to implement in full. We informed the IPC that they need as quickly and expeditiously to give us the documents. But feedback got questions”.

IPC 7 August 2016 on the results of the inquiry by the independent Commission of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) under the leadership of Richard McLaren has suspended the membership of RCC. Russian athletes were not admitted to the Paralympics in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Paralympics 2018 will be held from 9 to 18 March in South Korea’s Pyeongchang.

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