‘No Sane Person’ Would Believe Putin Is Seriously Ill, Says the Kremlin
The persistent rumor that Russian President Putin who are suffering from cancer can rest, according to him Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. “I don’t think that sane people can see in this person the signs of some kind of illness or illness,” Lavrov – whose truths about relationships at best are sketchy – told radio station. France TV TF1. “You can watch him on screen, read and listen to his speeches. I leave it to the conscience of those who spread such rumours despite the daily opportunity to judge how anyone is looking.”
Rumors on the rise tells about the 69-year-old autocrat last year when he was noticeably puffy. Those rumors spread as various photos of him appeared to have been altered, perhaps to hide tremors or other ailments. Then over the weekend, an FSB officer is said to have told a former FSB officer who had defected that Putin “doesn’t have two to three years to live” because the disease is an “advanced form of cancer.” fast” causing his limbs to shake uncontrollably.
The fugitive told Sunday Mirror It is said that Mr. Putin suffers from debilitating headaches and loss of vision. “We were told he was having a headache and when he appeared on TV he needed pieces of paper with everything written in big letters to read what he was going to say,” Mirror reported. “They are so large, each page can only hold a few sentences. His eyesight is seriously declining.”
Lavrov made the comments in an interview rife with untruths, including that Russia is defeating Ukraine’s “neo-fascist regime”. He also said that liberating the eastern part of the country was an “unconditional priority”, implying that it is possible that some peace agreement could be negotiated if it included the seizure of areas that had already occurred. There have been several episodes of armed conflict since 2014.
The foreign minister also bluntly said that Russian soldiers must follow “strict orders to avoid attacks and attacks on civilian infrastructure”.
The United Nations estimates 4,041 civilians have died and nearly 4,800 have been injured since the Russian invasion. More than 14 million people have been displaced, within Ukraine or to Europe and elsewhere. It is not clear how many members of the Ukrainian army were killed.