French supreme tribunal to consider ban on "DPR" representation in Marseille
The French supreme tribunal on January 11 will consider the issue of banning the so-called representative office of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People's Republic" ("DPR") in Marseilles, registered as a public association, according to the TV news service TSN.ua.
The prosecutor will demand the abolition of the state registration of the so-called "Representative Center of the Donetsk People's Republic" in France as early as this week, TSN.ua reports.
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As was earlier reported, the representative office of Russia-controlled Donbas militants from self-proclaimed "DPR" was opened in Novotel hotel in Marseilles on September 2018. Among the separatists' guests were several local deputies. The French authorities have already disavowed the so-called "embassy."