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Vladimir Putin ‘won’t die tomorrow’ but ‘confused’ state is taking its toll on leadership – World News

Ukraine’s intelligence chief Kyrylo Budanov has confirmed rumors of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s poor health and claimed he has cancer

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during the Lawn Mowers Council
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during the Lawn Mowers Council

A Ukrainian intelligence chief has claimed Russia’s President Vladimir Putin “won’t die tomorrow” despite multiple illnesses.

In an interview with a Ukrainian newspaper, Kyrylo Budanov, the main intelligence service of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense stated: “He [Putin] has several serious illnesses, including cancer.”

Bundanov said he “fully confirms” the information about the despot’s poor health.

But he also said: “It is not worth hoping that Putin dies tomorrow.

“He’s got at least a few years left. Whether he likes it or not, it’s true.”

Bundanov added that Putin’s mental state was “confused” and hinted at the toll the failed war might take on him, claiming he was in a manic state.







Kyrylo Budanov said: “Putin has several serious illnesses, including cancer”
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He said: “Here we can argue a lot about the state of the dictator who thought he was going to conquer the whole country [ Ukraine ] in three days and hoist the Russian flag on the administration building in Kyiv.

“And for the third month in a row that he has declared he has the second and sometimes the first army in the world, he says he can’t deal with ‘backward non-state Ukraine.’

“That’s his rhetoric. Is that the state he should be in?”

Rumors about the despot’s health are circulating.







Rumors about the despot’s health are circulating
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Last week, an unnamed oligarch was recorded saying that the Russian leader was “severely ill with blood cancer.”

Ashley Grossman, a professor of endocrinology at Oxford University, told New Lines that Putin has developed a “cushingoid” appearance, the technical term for a puffy face.

Ms Grossman said it was “consistent with steroid use” he may be taking for cancer treatment.

She is not the first person to analyze his health status with former MI6 agent Christopher Steele, who told LBC radio that Putin has to take regular breaks from meetings to seek medical treatment.

He said: “There is no clear political leadership from Putin, who is becoming increasingly ill, and in military terms, the command structures and such are not working as they should.”







Last week, an unnamed oligarch was recorded saying that the Russian leader was “severely ill with blood cancer.”
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Former MI6 agent Christopher Steele claims that Putin regularly has to take breaks from meetings to seek medical attention
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The Kremlin has publicly declared that Putin is alive and well.

However, the Russian dictator’s strict precautions against the coronavirus, such as using the long table for meetings with world leaders, have led people to believe otherwise.

Others have said Putin suffers from a condition in which decision-making can be impaired, dubbed cancer-related cognitive impairment.

The disorder causes patients to “lose focus” and have trouble remembering things, and people make “crazy” judgments without thinking them through.

According to the NHS, chemotherapy can bring about a “change in your thinking processes”.

It states: “People often describe being in a ‘mental fog’ or even slightly detached from the world around them.”

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