Putin, Erdogan to meet in Ankara on September 28 — KremlinRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 25, 15:51
Kremlin mum on German right’s success, points out Russian right political lightweightsRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 25, 15:23
Putin, Rouhani discuss Iran's nuclear programRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 25, 14:37
Moscow spices up the city with its spectacular 'Circle of Light' festivalSociety & Culture September 25, 14:34
Russia may help UAE create its own astronaut teamScience & Space September 25, 14:30
Moscow needs to take certain steps for lifting sanctions — leader of Germany’s FDPWorld September 25, 14:23
Historical society vows no new images for slip-up on Kalashnikov monumentSociety & Culture September 25, 14:10
OPEC+ states discuss extending oil cut deal for 3-6 months — sourceBusiness & Economy September 25, 13:49
Press review: How Kurds vote will change Middle East and lawmakers get tough on bankersPress Review September 25, 13:00
KAZAN, December 2. /TASS/. Russian football fans will not be able to attend a Champions League match in the southern French city of Bordeaux between the Russian FC Rubin Kazan and the local football club set for December 10, Kazan’s team press service said on Wednesday.
"Following recent terror attacks in Paris the French Interior Ministry banned foreign fans from attending the matches," the statement said.
Those violating the order will face six-month in jail and $31,700 fine. As most fans arrive on the eve of the match, the ban comes into force on December 9.
"Rubin highly appreciates the support of its fans but asks to follow the French ministry’s recommendations amid security concerns," the statement said.
Earlier the French Foreign Ministry ruled to prohibit football fans from visiting matches in France in order to ensure state’s security.
A number of terror attacks rocked Paris late on November 13. The total death toll from all the terror attacks reached 129; another 350 people were injured.