Journalists found indirect evidence about the work of the “special” bodyguard in 2019, when Putin visited Saudi Arabia. The same person accompanied Putin on visits to the bathroom during a visit to France.
The report notes that this agent collects the secretions of the Russian leader in special bags, which are then packed into small bags and sent to Russia.
This is supposed to be done so that no one can get information about Putin’s health.
Over the past two months, there have been allegations in media reports that Putin has cancer.
In late April, the British newspaper The Sun wrote that put it in He will soon undergo surgery to treat an oncological condition. Citing a preliminary ruling next door to the Kremlin, New Lines magazine did similar work in May.
According to former MI-6 officer Christopher Steele, Putin is already seriously ill, but the nature of his condition is unclear.
Oliver Stone, who produced a propaganda film about Putin, also said that the dictator had cancer.
NV asked expert neurologist Olkesandra Shcherbet what we can say about Putin’s health, based on his public appearances.
Sherbet noted that Putin’s face swells regularly.
“First of all, it’s very possible that he had some sort of oncological condition,” Sharbat said.
“We don’t know exactly what it is – some claim it’s the thyroid, others say it’s the colon – but it’s very likely he’s on steroids that suppress the immune reaction to certain types of cancer treatments.”
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