"The comments made ... omit entirely all the work that's been done to develop proper anti-doping systems in Russia," Reedie said. "It looks backward instead of looking forward. I want to make it quite clear that most of what they say in their press release is not policy, and is not helpful."
"Resumption of testing represents an important step forward in rebuilding anti-doping in Russia," WADA president Craig Reedie said. "We strongly encourage Russia to continue their efforts in the interest of clean athletes worldwide."