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Peskov: IOC decision about our country should be seriously analyzed

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Peskov: IOC decision about our country should be seriously analyzed


06.12.2017

Russian President Administration Before taking any further actions, we need to seriously analyze the decisions taken by International Olympic Committee regarding our country, according to Presidential Press Secretary of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov. In his opinion, first of all, any emotional content should be excluded, despite the situation is very complicated, TASS reports.

Now we need to exclude emotions and seriously analyze the decisions taken by IOC related to our country, before we are taking any further judgments on this account, Peskov said.

He has underlined that the main strategy is to search for somebody who is personally responsible and protects interests of national sportsmen representing Russia. The focus should be on that.

The State Duma has claimed that the decision about participation of our sportsmen in Olympics 2018 will be taken by the Russian Olympic Committee’s meeting, which is scheduled for December 12.
It should be reminded that the International Olympic Committee has banned Russia from the Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. At the same time, Russian sportsmen caught in using doping, are allowed to take part in the competitions under the neutral flag.


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