Threats in France against a Canadian restaurant named Poutine

The restaurant canadian food‘La Maison de la Poutine’ in France, which offers the typical Quebec dish made of fries with cheese and sauce, has received threats in the country since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in cshare a French name with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president’s surname is written in French identically (Putin) to this emblematic recipe.

“For days, the Russian dictator, Vladimir Putin, has been at the center of chilling news. In this context, we received calls with insults and even threats. We consider it necessary to recall that ‘La Maison de la Poutine’ is in no way linked to the Russian regime and its chef,” the restaurant said on Instagram.

This fast food chain was established in France in 2017 and It has stores in Paris and Toulouse. The company recalled that its dish was born in Quebec in the 1950s following “passionate” chefs who wanted to bring “joy” to their customers.

“‘The House of Putin’ has been dedicated since day one to perpetuating these values ​​and today offers its most sincere support to the people of Ukraine, who are courageously fighting for their freedom against the tyrannical Russian regime,” he said. he concluded his message. on social networks. .

Alvin Nguyen

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