The document is aimed at promoting healthy and honest sports, as well as the effective implementation of the Code and standards of the World Anti-Doping Agency in Uzbekistan, the creation of all conditions for the preparation of athletes of Uzbekistan to the XXXII Summer Olympic and ХVI Paralympic Games of 2020 in the city of Tokyo (Japan).
It should be noted that in 2010 the Republic of Uzbekistan, along with other member states, ratified the International Convention against Doping in Sport.
The National Anti-Doping Agency under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan is responsible for the implementation and application in the Republic of anti-doping administration and management specialized program (ADAMS) of the World Anti-Doping Agency. Through the application of this program, it will be possible to effectively organize the activities of the Agency and the anti-doping system, as well as to use the operational information of the world database, to generate accurate information on the passage of doping testing by sportsmen in the competitive and out-of-competition periods. In particular, it will be possible to create a high-quality anti-doping system and mechanisms to provide accurate recommendations to athletes of Uzbekistan regarding the non-use of prohibited drugs and their use for therapeutic use.
The resolution also provides for the establishment of a sports psychology department on the basis of the National Anti-Doping Service of the Republican Scientific-Practical Center for Sports Medicine under the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan. In addition, by creating three departments and two commissions within the agency, a number of important tasks will be solved to promote the principles of healthy and honest sports among athletes, coaches, sports medicine specialists and other professionals, as well as to control the use of prohibited drugs and methods in the framework of anti-doping in sport.
Special attention is paid to the need for the agency to implement measures to strengthen and develop relations with international organizations, to implement programs and projects of the World Anti-Doping Agency, to inform the sports community about the damage to athletes and the negative consequences of doping for human health.