The topic of Vladimir Putin’s health is back. Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine post a videowhich depicts the President of the Russian Federation at the celebration of the Day of National Unity in Russia.
“Day of People’s Unity in Russia: To walk 100 meters from the Spasskaya Tower to the monument to Minin, Putin takes a car with an escort and a platoon of bodyguards” — he wrote
During his absurd speech, Putin paid considerable attention to Western countries that had already supported Ukraine before the war and committed themselves even more to the start of the invasion, both financially and militarily.
Rumors about Putin’s poor health have been circulating in the world media for a long time. Publications reporting the Russian leader’s physical illness have mentioned cancer, Parkinson’s disease or schizophrenia. At one time, the British assumed that the Russian president always traveled with nine doctors and that he consulted a thyroid cancer specialist thirty-five times. There were also suggestions of blood cancer, but the exact type of Putin’s illness was not specified.
Meanwhile, emails recently accessed by investigative journalists at The Sun tabloid show that Putin is suffering from pancreatic and prostate cancer and is battling the early stages of Parkinson’s disease. The Daily Mail insisted the Russian president had been “fed steroids and innovative pain-killing injections”.
We will remind you that in October there was information that Putin had lost 8 kilograms and had bouts of coughing.
Also read: “Now the whole world is watching the course of the disease and waiting for the arrival of paramedics”: expert on Putin’s pathological liar
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