Censor.NET reports that about 50 people from among the Russian fans were riding in that bus. The French law enforcers intend to deport some of them. President of the all-Russian Union of Fans Alexander Shprygin is also among the passengers. According to him, the French authorities have served 29 decisions on deportation.
French police have blocked a bus with fans of Russia’s national football team who were travelling to Lille - the city hosting Russia-Slovenia match of the Euro 2016 Football Championship on June 15.
Earlier, violent clashes between fans of Russia and England took place in Marseilles on June 11 before and after England's opening Euro 2016 game. Several dozen people were injured. Yesterday, the French police raided the hotel where Russian fans stayed.