Reedie said the level of cheating was "unprecedented", putting WADA under mounting pressure to work for all clean athletes as Russia's anti-doping agency, RUSADA, was declared noncompliant.
On the World Conference on Doping in Sport, which started on Tuesday, the specialists discuss the fight against using forbidden substances in sport.
This Sunday, on November 10, WADA will be celebrating the 20-year anniversary since its foundation. "This cooperation between government authorities and the sports movement is at the heart of WADA", claimed Bach.
He added that the financial contribution from sport's combined stakeholders is estimated at $260 million during the four-year Olympic cycle. "It was surprising", Tygart told Reuters on the sidelines of a world conference on doping in sport organised by WADA.
In a statement, Ukad chief executive Nicole Sapstead said: "We have been working with Usada on their investigation into the Nike Oregon Project and will work with Wada on their investigation if there is any evidence that relates to athletes or athlete support personnel under our jurisdiction".
Reedie, who will step down as Wada president at the end of the year, said the delay was preventing the prosecution of several hundred athletes involved in the Russian doping scandal.
"It is all about the athletes".
"I am not the Christopher Columbus of anti-doping policy".
Commenting on the possible participation of Russian athletes in the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the International Olympic Committee president told Sputnik that the final decision on the issue would be made by WADA. I don't know why they said that.
He said he had asked WADA to operate as observers in this case.
The head of International Olympic Committee also said about the Dried Blood Sport (DBS) method as a one of the promising collective research project.
WADA announced on September 23 that it had initiated a probe into the compliance status of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency with the Code of the world's governing anti-doping body based on the inconsistencies reportedly discovered in the data from the Moscow Anti-Doping Laboratory. "This DBS method could very well revolutionise the anti-doping fight, since it will allow for the fast, simple and cost-effective collection of samples that can be easily and cheaply transported and stored", Bach noted.
Consequently, Russia could face a ban from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.