Today, Tuesday, October 24, the Kremlin denied information transmitted by a former Russian lieutenant on the Telegram application indicating that Russian President Vladimir Putin suffered a heart attack on Sunday evening.
An unfounded rumor, according to Russian authorities. On Tuesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied information provided by a man who presented himself as a former Russian lieutenant, that Vladimir Putin had recently suffered a heart attack.
“Everything is fine with him, this is another false information,” Dmitry Peskov, whose comments were quoted, officially explained. Free midday.
The latter denied a second rumor indicating that Vladimir Putin was using body doubles. “This belongs to the category of ridiculous information hoaxes that a whole series of media outlets raise with enviable persistence. This only causes a smile,” the Kremlin spokesman added.
Security agents allegedly surprised Vladimir Putin in the midst of the crisis
According to the information you provided MissionThe rumor, circulated by a man using the nickname “General SVR” on the Telegram application, indicated that the Russian President suffered a heart attack at his private residence in Moscow on Sunday evening.
According to this source, the head of state’s security agents, “present at the residence” of Vladimir Putin, “heard falling sounds coming from the bedroom.” The latter would have entered the room before he noticed the leader “lying on the floor next to the bed”, “eyes rolled back” and “convulsing”.
Vladimir Putin is regularly exposed to rumors about his health condition. The previous version dates back to May 2022 and came from the same Telegram account. According to her, the president suffered from possible bowel or thyroid cancer.
A month before that, another rumor attributed Parkinson’s disease to him because of a video clip showing him reclining in his chair with a stiff leg in the company of one of his ministers, Sergei Shoigu.
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