"RUSADA is resuming its work," TASS quoted Mutko as saying. "A number of programmes have been allowed - an educational one, the issuance of licences and transportation of tests. These powers have been returned to the agency."
Mutko also said RUSADA would sign a cooperation agreement with its British counterpart, Interfax news agency reported.
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