The representative centre of the Donetsk People's Republic, the fifth in the EU, will be opened in the near future in Marseille in the south of France. This was announced today by the Foreign Minister of the DPR, Natalya Nikonorova.
"You are already familiar with the activities of our representative offices in Europe, the most active ones are Italy and Greece. Today France joins us. We are opening another representative centre in one of the guarantor states for the Minsk agreements implementation," Nikonorova said.
According to her, the office will be located in the city of Marseille. The opening will contribute to strengthening information, cultural and economic ties between the Republics. The delegation will be headed by the municipal councilor at the mayor's office, the president of the national centre of private entrepreneurs of the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, the former regional adviser of Provence Géral-Hubert Fayard.
"The first step was that we announced that our centку was officially registered on June 18, and a corresponding statement was published in the official journal," Fayard said. "The second is the arrival here. The third stage will be held in France. We want to make the voice of the DPR heard in France."
Earlier the diplomatic mission of the Donetsk People's Republic reported that the country's representative centres in 2017 will appear in several countries of the European Union. In particular, one of these opened on March 21 in Athens. In the past year, official representations started operating in Italy, the Czech Republic, another one has long been working in Finland.
DONi News Agency