France's Security Council resolution demanded an end to air strikes and military flights over Syria’s city of Aleppo.
Alexander Shprygin, arrested in Toulouse only days after he was expelled from the country, is said to have 'crossed the Alps' to return to France.
Alexander Shprygin was among 43 fans held on Tuesday in southern France after serious violence et Russia’s Euro 2016 clash with England in Marseille.
After interception of a coach carrying Russian football fans suspected of hooliganism, Moscow warns Paris against a 'significant aggravation' in bilateral relations.
UEFA also fined the team 150,000 euros for rioting during match against England in Marseille, while Russian fans' coach was intercepted in Cannes.
French media reported three England fans were seriously injured in fierce fighting between English and Russian groups and locals.
The four-yearly football championship began Friday in Paris with a peaceful win for the French hosts 2-1 over Romania, while England fans battled police in Marseille.
The non-binding vote supports ending the EU sanctions slapped on Russia after it annexed Crimea and after tension escalated over Ukraine.
French economy minister Emmanuel Macron made statement to French business executives during a visit to Moscow.
French defence minister says both countries agreed to 'strengthen exchange of military information' concerning Syria air strikes.
French foreign minister said that winning back Islamic State 'capital' Raqqa was priority and could involve help from Syria regime troops.
After Moscow meeting, President Hollande said he and Vladimir Putin agreed to 'increase information and intelligence exchange, intensify airstrikes'.
French president will meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin as part of push for international cooperation against Islamic State following Paris attacks.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, President François Hollande has carried out a 180 degree U-turn on French policy towards the Syria crisis. Previously the French stance was that neither Islamic State nor current leader Bashar al-Asad was acceptable in Syria. Now the approach is an all-out focus on destroying IS. On Thursday November 26th, Hollande will meet Assad's ally, Russian leader Vladimir Putin, in Moscow to help build an alliance to destroy the organisation. But, Thomas Cantaloube argues, apart from air strikes, there seems little real strategy to restore peace to Syria and find a political solution.
French government minister said ex-president was short-circuiting country's foreign policy and behaving like 'a dog in a bowling alley'.