In the Project window, right-click the footage and navigate to Modify > Interpret Footage. Then check “Assume this frame rate” and type in 25. Also double check that C4d didn't actually render the .mov to 30fps. If you right-click the footage and select Properties, you can see the original frame rate.
It works:) I checked Properties in Premiere Pro and in fact the file has 30fps, even though all Settings in Cinema 4D have 25fps. (The only way I found to solve it, is to save folder with frames as Animation from "Picture Viewer", where is a posibility to type a value of fps)