The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has signed an anti-doping agreement in the 43 member countries at the Conference of Ministers of Youth and Sports of French-speaking countries (CONFEJES). «Wada has already promised the world in 2018 that if Russia fails to comply with its agreements, it will apply the most severe sanctions according to the rules. But here we go again; The Wada says one thing and does something completely different. «This agreement represents a new step forward for clean sport around the world,» said WADA Director General Olivier Niggli. «As part of this agreement, CONFEJES, on behalf of the world`s French-speaking nations, makes a strong statement that they support the global anti-doping program and that they are united in their opposition to doping in sport. Both federations refused to sign the agreement to understand that Fifa was limited to international football, while Uefa felt they were limited to football clubs participating in uefa competitions. Therefore, no agreement has been signed, and no international association would accept responsibility for anti-doping tests in Spanish football. «Aepsad was declared non-compliant on 19 March 2016, Wada advocated an agreement between Aepsad and the International Sports Federations (IFs) to ensure that tests are carried out on national athletes in Spain during the non-compliance period. It is deeply disappointing that some international federations have not signed the agreement, as it has prevented the implementation of effective national anti-doping programmes in Spain in a number of sports [during this period of non-compliance]. «With regard to the lack of anti-doping tests in Spanish football, Aepsad proposed to Fifa and Uefa, at wada`s request, to sign an agreement for one of these international federations to take over the tests in Spanish football, while Aepsad is not compliant. FIFA President, Joseph S.
At the FIFA Executive Committee meeting in London on 29 February 2004, Blatter will present FIFA`s recent World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) cooperation agreement in the fight against doping in sport to the world`s top football officials, which will be the next step on the roadmap for FIFA`s adoption of the World Anti-Doping Code at the FIFA Century Congress in May 2004. «FIFA participated on April 30 in WADA`s declaring webinars and was informed that it would receive the full case packages by the end of May,» FIFA said, according to the Associated Press. At present, the details of the sports organizations and organizations to which the evidence was passed on cannot be disclosed under the World Anti-Doping Code, but this information will be made public as soon as the process is completed. «I think they think about the majority of athletes who do the right thing, not the wrong thing,» she said. The alleged data manipulation refers to the files of 145 athletes in the target group of 298, but WADA has provided packages for all 298 targeted athletes to allow the organizations concerned to access and evaluate all available evidence. Despite the ban, Russia can run for Euro 2020 – which will host St Petersburg – because Uefa is not defined as a «great event organisation» regarding rulings on anti-doping violations.