"We hope the constructive and transparent work will allow the Russian sports authorities to turn the page in their relations with international bodies."
The IPC say the ban will be lifted by 15 March 2019, providing the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) adhere to a strict criteria.
"Twenty-nine months later it is the IPC governing board's firm belief that keeping the RPC suspended is no longer necessary and proportionate to the situation we now face in Russia."
The IPC said the Russian Paralympic Committee met the necessary criteria for reinstatement -- which must be maintained -- after implementing a 'robust' testing programme under the guidance of world anti-doping agency WADA and launched an anti-doping education programme for athletes and coaches.
Russia was officially kicked out of the 2016 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, as well as both editions in 2018, in the wake of the bombshell 2016 McLaren report, by Canadian law professor Richard McLaren, which exposed a state-backed doping programme.
However, some able-bodied Russian athletes, with clean records, were allowed to compete under a neutral banner at the Olympics.
Last February, the IOC lifted the ban for athletes to compete at future summer and winter Olympics, so the readmittance of their Paralympic team is the latest step in Russia's rehabilitation in the Olympic movement.
However, 42 Russian athletes were cleared last month by the IAAF to return to events, albeit competing under a neutral banner, with the world athletics championships to be held later this year in Doha, Qatar.
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