Following the recent statement that Russian President Vladimir Putin required intermediate care around the clock, Sir Richard Dearlove said that the ailing dictator is likely to be sent to a sanatorium next year.
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Simply a matter of time before Vladimir Putin A predicted former top MI6 executive no longer plans to send him to a sanatorium.
Sir Richard Dearlove announced that the kettle could be put into a facility for the medical treatment of people with chronic conditions by next year.
There has been a flurry of claims about the leader’s health, with some reports suggesting he is suffering from cancer, undergoing chemotherapy and steroid treatment among other ailments.
Other reports suggest that Putin is suffering from Parkinson’s or early-stage dementia.
Speaking on the One Decision podcast, the former boss of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service said Putin would soon leave office to receive medical treatment.
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“I think he will be gone in 2023 – but possibly in a sanatorium, from which he will not become the leader of Russia,” he said on the programme.
“I’m not saying he won’t emerge from the sanatorium, but he won’t be the leader of Russia anymore.
“It’s a way to get things going without a coup.”
Mr Dearlove said that expert opinion may be starting to change in Russia, which could indicate a shift in thinking and attitudes.
“I don’t think public opinion is really changing in Russia but I think expert opinion may be starting to change,” he said.
The expert said he was “quite surprised” to hear Putin’s latest reaction to Sweden and Finland’s plans to join NATO and speculated that “somewhere in the machine there is a change of heart.” status.”
“Putin said as long as NATO doesn’t open military bases in Sweden and Finland, joining NATO won’t be a problem for Russia…. I think there could be signs of change. change,” he continued. .
Dearlove said there were “some very strange photos of Putin” and called his slapping his feet during a recent meeting “quite odd”.
He speculates that we are reaching “the end of this regime in Russia” but “that doesn’t mean it will go away.”
“What I’m saying next year, 18 months maybe something, it’s going to fall apart.
He added: “There is no doubt that this Ukrainian joint venture is a disaster.
“The economy is messed up, the sanctions are really going to come into effect within the next three to six months, there’s going to be very high inflation and more than that, militarily it’s a failure. completely.”
A new investigation into the dictator’s deteriorating condition has claimed that Putin’s health has been declining for more than five years.
The Russian president has disappeared from public view for weeks since 2017, it has been suggested.
The independent Russian media outlet Proekt did the research and scrutinized his absences and visits by specialists.
Dr. Hush-hush’s visits over the past 5 years show that his health has been worsening for some time, Express.co.uk report.
It comes as former spy Christopher Steele, who runs the Russia desk at MI6 in London, says Putin is gravely ill and now requires round-the-clock medical care.
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He believes the mysterious illness that has befallen the president, 69, has left the Kremlin reeling as it must balance Putin’s health problems with the war in Ukraine.
He told LBC’s Eddie Mair last week: “He’s constantly accompanied by a team of doctors.
“The security council meetings that were supposed to last for an hour were actually divided into sections, he went out and received some kind of medical treatment between those sections.
“So obviously, he’s seriously ill – terminal or incurable it’s not clear, we can’t be absolutely certain.
“But it certainly has a very serious impact on Russian governance at the moment.”
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