Russia will be banned from participating from the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio due to allegedly violating doping rules.

The International Paralympic Committee made the announcement on Sunday. Philip Craven, president of the committee, blamed the Russian government for its "medals over morals mentality."

The Russian sports minister said he will appeal the decision.

The Paralympics begin on Sept. 7, after the 2016 Olympics end. More than 100 Russian athletes have already been banned from the Rio Olympics because of their involvement in the state-sponsored doping program.

The doping program organized by the government is just the latest negative international headline for Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose country was allegedly behind the email hack of the Democratic National Committee.

Following those allegations, GOP nominee Donald Trump, who has been criticized as a friend of Putin's, asked Russia to find Hillary Clinton's deleted emails, but he later said it was just a joke.