Vladimir’s relatives put it in They worry about bouts of coughing, constant nausea and lack of appetite.” The indiscretion, as has often happened in recent months, comes from Public SVR telegram channelwhich for some time cited internal sources for the information shared Kremlin. Putin had a medical visit at the weekend and the closest circle of people would be worried about his thinness and chronic cough. “It became clear that his condition would be perceived by the elites in Russia as a sign of the rapid deterioration of the leader’s health.” In recent months, Putin allegedly lost 8 kilograms and also on the occasion of his latest video meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister Dmitriy Chernichenkopaused for several coughs.
And the Telegram channel – which did not give evidence for its allegations about Putin’s poor health – explained that “Putin himself and his relatives, as well as doctors, are concerned about the president’s coughing fits, as well as constant nausea and lack of appetite. Because of medications and a specific diet.”
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Putin was seen only once between Friday and Sunday – the period during which he was said to have undergone a medical examination – in an unimportant online meeting with the former governor of the Gulag Magadan region, Sergei Nosov. However, according to many sources, these meetings were often recorded in the previous days and then broadcast as if they were live.
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The Telegram SVR general further explained that Putin is particularly upset with the way things are going in the war, berating and then interrupting Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu during a recent online meeting. Putin would have resorted to shouting and insults.”
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