The quote you presented in your previous post about the ICAO document means that the former Russian aviation authorities did not present full information about accident rates in the USSR. It is past tense. It happened before, in the past, not now.
There is no such thing as the USSR aviation administration anymore. There is the Russian aviation administartion that now have presented full information about the accident rate in the former USSR and Russian Federation. And ICAO based on that information has come to the conclusion, quote:
3.1 The Conference is invited to note the average indications of Soviet-manufactured civil aircraft and turboprops flight safety were and remain not worse than the Western manufactured planes.
If you read carefully the ICAO document you will see that many Western aircraft have significantly bigger accident rates than Russian planes.