MOSCOW, October 14 — RIA Novosti. A French court has reduced the sentences of the Russians Sergey Gorbachev and Alexei Aronova convicted for participation in riots at the European Championships in football, wrote in his Twitter account the head of the Russian Association of fans (VOB) Alexander Spragin.
The French Provence court reduced the sentence to the Russian fans: Gorbachev at 3 months, 6 Eranova. Now their periods of 15 and 18 months.
— Alexander Spragin (@Shprygin) 14 Oct 2016.
Nikolai Morozov, Sergei Gorbachev and Alexei Aronov were sentenced to terms of from one to two years in prison after the riots in Marseille on the eve of the match between the national teams of Russia and England. The clashes between fans injured at least 30 people. Another fan from Russia was sentenced to three months suspended prison sentence for fighting with the British in Lille.
According to Spriggina, in November the court will consider the petition on expulsion from France who is serving a sentence of Russians. Earlier in September, the court dismissed the appeal Morozov.
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