The purpose of the article is the analysis of the policy of the Russian authorities in France during the occupation 1814–1818 by allied forces of the anti-Napoleonic coalition. The occupation of France was a severe trial for the country that rose in the reign of Emperor Napoleon to unprecedented heights and attained an enormous glory. The author of the article researches the action of count Pozzo di Borgo, duke Richelieu and general Rochechouart. All three were connected as with Russia as with France. Even though duke Richelieu and general Rochechouart in the epoch of the Restoration acted in the interests of France and count Pozzo di Borgo, being an Ambassador of the Russian Empire in France, defended Russian interests, the policy of all three men was coherent and correlated. This was due to the commonality of interests of two countries after the end of the Napoleonic wars.