Speculations about health Putin. In his last public appearance this weekend, he was seen trembling while delivering the medal. Could it be a symptom of a disease? First Russia Has invadedUkraine The hypothesis that Jar is ill is more and more consistent. Some say he is battling blood, thyroid or stomach cancer, while other experts believe the 69-year-old has early-stage Parkinson’s disease. There were other reasons to think that the Russian president was ill. Last month, when he met with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Sochi, the two sat down to talk and were filmed as he spun his legs.
Putin attacked his former prime minister, Gassiano: “He’s close. If Ukraine falls, so do the Baltic states.
Possible symptoms of Putin’s disease
Over the weekend, Putin presented the State Prize of the Russian Federation to Director Nikita Mikhalkov in the Kremlin. And on that occasion he was found unable to sit still, and he pulled back and forth while listening to the award recipient. Express News reported that he appeared to be shaking his legs and making lateral movements. Last week, Putin made headlines for abruptly postponing the marathon, the annual television show that was supposed to answer the questions of ordinary Russians. Putin feared that, according to some theories, he would not be able to stay on television for the usual three to four hours.
The Kremlin’s answer
The Kremlin continues to insist that Putin’s health is stable, and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recently denied that Putin’s health is good. However, the situation is so catastrophic that those responsible for Putin’s close spies are actively talking about his successor and fighting to control the extradition.
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