"Now it is important to continue to consistently fulfill these requirements," TASS quoted Weikert as saying, citing Kicker.

On December 8, it became known that the IOC allowed Russians and Belarusians to participate in the Olympics in a neutral status. Those who have qualified in their sports will get to the Games. At the same time, athletes will not be allowed to participate in tournaments in team competitions.

Moreover, Russian symbols will be banned in any form at official venues and events.

Also, all athletes, without exception, will be required to sign updated conditions for participation in the Olympic Games, including the "peacekeeping mission of the Olympic movement."

The 2024 Games will be held in the French capital from July 26 to August 11.

Earlier, the president of the Russian Tennis Federation (RTF), Shamil Tarpischev, said that the IOC had delayed too much in making a decision on the admission of Russians.