"We have now revised a detailed roadmap to work with RUSADA to ensure compliance can be achieved, using a series of timelines and deliverables…. We are on a good path and there is light at the end of the tunnel," Koehler said at the WADA Foundation Board meeting as quoted by the Insidethegames website.
The WADA Foundation Board meeting, aimed at discussing the future of the world anti-doping system, is taking place in Glasgow on Sunday.
The doping scandal, simmering since 2014, escalated in July when WADA presented a report accusing Russia of running a state-wide doping program and urging the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to consider a blanket ban on the entire Russian Olympic team. The IOC instead opted to let individual sports federations decide on the matter.