The presidential candidate claims that the day before he “received secret information” allegedly about provocations against him.
Volodymyr Zelensky, a presidential candidate of Ukraine, said that he did not go for drug testing at the Olympic NSC because he allegedly received secret information about a provocation against him. But he would have passed the tests in other country. He stated this in an interview published on the channel “News of Ukraine” on YouTube. Subsequently, the video was not available for viewing.
“Someday, after all these elections, information will be shed on the provocation against me at Olympic NSC. I did not go there. Now I am not ready to talk about it,” said Zelensky.
He also said that in addition to the laboratory “Eurolab”, which is owned by his supporter, he is also familiar with the founder of the private clinic “Boris” Mikhail Radutsky.
“I could go there, or there. I really didn’t want to go to the NSC for a very simple reason: I didn’t know what they would do there with my blood samples later,” he said, adding that this is related to the secret information he was talking about.
Zelensky also reiterated that he refused to be tested by the experts of the VADA anti-doping association, since it is a volunteer anti-doping association, and not the World Anti-Doping Agency. At the same time, he said that Volodymyr Klitschko, who offered candidates to take the VADA test, became a participant in a political game.
At the same time, Zelensky said that if it were abroad, he would go for tests.
“Well, men, well, it will be necessary – we will go,” he answered the offer to go and remove all suspicions.