Russian President Vladimir Putin Kremlin insiders may be forced to abandon control of the war in Ukraine for several days as they are ready for cancer surgery, and former hardline FSB chief Nikolai Patrushev knives I will nominate you to temporarily manage the intrusion while you are under. Insisted.
Patrushev, the 70-year-old incumbent Security Council Secretary of Russia, is considered the leading architect of the war strategy to date, and the man who convinced Putin that Kyiv was flooded with neo-Nazis was the Daily Mail. Said the report.
Anomalous claims appeared on the popular telegram channel General SVR, the report added, whose source was the properly placed person in the Kremlin.
“I don’t know the exact period (Putin will be incapacitated after surgery) … I think it will be a short period of time,” insider sources said.
Putin “is unlikely to agree to the transfer of power,” but was ready to set up a “chargé d’affaire” to control Russia and the war effort.
“So, perhaps a few days, while Putin undergoes surgery and reaches his senses, the actual control of the country is passed only to Patrushev,” sources added.
Under the Russian Constitution, power should be passed only to the Prime Minister, so such a move is surprising, the Daily Mail reported.
A common SVR reported that Putin had abdominal cancer and Parkinson’s disease 18 months ago. He reportedly postponed surgery, but not by Victory Day, which commemorates the victory of Russia’s World War II on Red Square on May 9.
The news comes in speculation that Putin will launch a full-scale war across Ukraine and order the mass mobilization of military personnel, which is a significant political risk.
The surgery was scheduled for late April, but SVR claimed it was postponed.
“Putin is recommended to undergo surgery, and the date has been discussed and agreed,” Outlet said. “It doesn’t seem to be particularly urgent, but it can’t be delayed.”
He also suffers from “Parkinson’s disease and schizoaffective disorder” with symptoms of schizophrenia, including hallucinations and mania.
The Kremlin has always strongly denied Putin’s medical problems and described him as healthy despite his mysterious absence in recent years. The Daily Mail reported.
In a video detailing a general SVR claim, a source for the outlet, perhaps an anonymous former high-ranking Kremlin soldier, said “Putin discussed that he would be treated.”
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