There have been rumors for several months that Vladimir Putin’s health is not good. The Russian president’s health has been the subject of intense discussion within the US government after intelligence agencies released their fourth assessment in late May. According to the classified report, Vladimir Putin underwent cancer treatment in April.
Today, a source close to the Kremlin has just shared new information along these lines taken up by the daily The Sun. In fact, Vladimir Putin should have received “urgent medical assistance” at the start of the week after being struck down by a “serious mysterious illness”. He was even told by his doctors not to make “long public appearances”. Also according to this source, Vladimir Putin would have had an acute malaise and dizziness while he was talking to his military leaders a few weeks ago. He reportedly felt faint when he got up from his desk after a 90-minute virtual session.
Cancer, Parkinson’s disease… speculation is rife. The state of health of the head of the Kremlin therefore seems very unstable and the rumors are not likely to stop anytime soon.