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    Russia firmly denies the allegations on enabling the use of doping by the country's athletes, but will cooperate with the international organizations in fighting it, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — On December 9, WADA independent commission headed by Richard McLaren introduced the second part of the report on the alleged state-sponsored doping system in the country.

    "We strongly reject these allegations, at the same time, the president stressed the necessity to fully cooperate with the international organizations to clarify the situation and work out a new effective [system] on prevention of the use of doping," Peskov told reporters.

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    WADA Reports on Alleged Doping Abuse in Russia (14)

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