MOSCOW, January 18. /TASS/. The head of the temporary Commission of the Federation Council for the protection of Gouverneto and to prevent interference in the internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Andrey Klimov has denied reports that the upper house of Parliament preparing sanctions for international sporting officials involved in the removal of Russia from the Olympic games 2018 in Pyeongchang.
On the eve of the publication RBK reported that the Federation Council has prepared a preliminary version of the list involved in the removal of Russia from the Olympics-2018 persons can be extended the sanctions. In such a list, according to the publication, can be included the head of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) Craig reedy, spectracolor USA Robert Mueller, the head of the Commission WADA to investigate allegations of doping frauds in the Sochi Olympic games Richard McLaren, a member of the Commission, Richard young, and an investigator of the Commission Martin Dubbey.
“It [the message on the sanctions list] is not that stupid, it’s fake completely wild. We’re talking about what we need to identify the people who were behind this scandal, it’s true. About any sanctions it was not. About sports officials were not discussed,” – said Klimov TASS on Thursday.
The Senator explained that we are talking about preparing the Black book, fixing the facts of interference of some States in the Affairs of others and about compiling a list (so-called Board of shame) those who provoked the adoption of anti-Russian sanctions on the basis of false information.
“To identify people should, of course, but it’s not for two days done. It all has to be proven and tested. All of this information is the December info, since we have changed nothing, the work goes quietly. Media looking for sensationalism where none exist,” he stressed.
Earlier it was reported that members of the interim Commission of the Federation Council for the protection of the sovereignty and prevent interference in the internal Affairs of the Russian Federation plans by June to prepare the Black book and the list of names of people that triggered the adoption of anti-Russian sanctions on the basis of false information.