How are you Putin? Hypochondriac or Sick Chronic? Michael Clark, a professor of war at King’s College London, says the issue is hotly debated: what does the president have? What kind of pathology are you fighting against? One thing is for sure, he said, that’s it His doctors would not stay away from him. The analyst, who spoke to Sky News, also cited the case Botox Used “on a large scale”. Botox injections relax the muscles of the face to soften lines and streaks SummariesSuch as the crow’s paws and expression lines.
Rumors about Botox first surfaced after that Putin came to a meeting Kiev With a large wound around the eye. His spokesman has always denied the use of Botox. Professor Clark’s comments come at a time Rumors about Putin’s health are becoming more and more entrenched The 69-year-old is also reported by many to be unwell.
It was said last week that the Russian leader Got “emergency medical help” For an unknown disease. The SVR General’s Telegram channel reported that Putin had been attacked by a “Kremlin local”.Severe malaise, weakness and dizziness.. And the Russian President will be advised not to engage in “long” public appearances. Symptoms appear after he wakes up from the table Following a 90-minute virtual encounter.
There is a recent video of Vladimir Putin shaking his legs as he listens to Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov receiving an award for his work in the arts. During the ceremony, Putin is shown standing with his arms outstretched to the side. It seems like it’s struggling to stay still, and it’s moving back and forth in waves.
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