MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Earlier in the day, the second part of McLaren report, commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), said that as much as 600 Russian summer athletes and 95 winter athletes were involved in manipulations to conceal positive doping tests.
"The full findings of the report are unprecedented and astonishing. They strike right at the heart of the integrity and ethics of sport," the statement read.
IPC stressed it was ready to work closely with the Russian Paralympic Committee to amend its anti-doping system.
In July, WADA urged the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to suspend Russian Paralympic team from the September 7-18 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro following the first part of the McLaren report alleging that Russia had run a state-controlled doping program.
Moscow has repeatedly denied such allegations, stressing that the report does not include enough reliable evidence.