Putin with constant fever, lost 8 kg in a few months

The president of Russia suffers from a strong cough and constant nausea

Those close to Vladimir Putin’s entourage have begun to notice that the once “macho” leader has become physically weakened and is suffering from a steadily worse cough, the Mirror newspaper said.

According to the Telegram General SVR channel, he has lost a whopping 8 kilograms in recent months.

Putin’s deteriorating health has also been noted by the Russian elite, who have long believed that the leader is ill with cancer, although the Kremlin firmly denies this claim.

Between Friday and Sunday, Putin was only seen once, in an online meeting with the governor of the former Gulag camp in Magadan, Sergei Nosov. However, such meetings are often perceived as “triggered” or pre-recorded and broadcast over the course of the day.

Putin allegedly had a face-to-face meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko today. In the short video that aired, the Russian president coughed again while discussing the provision of sports in the Ukrainian regions he annexed.

The source of the Telegram channel, which does not provide evidence for its claims, reports:

“Both Putin himself and his relatives, as well as doctors, are concerned about the president’s coughing fits, as well as the constant nausea and lack of appetite due to drugs and a special diet for cancer patients.” .

Vladimir Putin is also said to be constantly in a bad mood due to the war in Ukraine. He even yelled and used vulgar words during an online meeting with Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

After the interruption of the videoconference connection with Shoigu, Putin was unable to continue the conversations with the other participants due to another severe coughing fit. The meeting was interrupted and the president was provided with medical assistance, a Kremlin source said.

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