That should be possible, however, the MSTP and RSTP will not really interact with each other.
The FabricPath region appears as a single bridge with no other bridges behind it to any STP/RSTP/MSTP switch connected to it. BPDUs are not carried or tunnelled through the FabricPath region, rather, the STP is terminated at the edge port of a FP-enabled switch. This way, the FP region effectively isolates the STP islands from each other.
Read more about this interaction in the following document:
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