Russian President Vladimir Putin may not be in the best of health after photos emerged online showing strange marks and colors on his hands, reports claim.
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British veteran and member of the House of Lords Richard Dunat told Sky News the Russian president’s health status after a social media user claimed online that he could see intravenous (IV) marks on President Vladimir Putin’s hands. said it may not be good.
“A keen observer noticed that the top of his hand looked quite black, a sign that injections were being given when other parts of the body could not,” said Lord Dunat. told Sky News.
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“It’s interesting to point that out, and to observe whether he’s as healthy and functioning as well as he’d like to portray. It’s an interesting area to watch,” he added.
A US intelligence report also suggested that Vladimir Putin may be suffering from “advanced cancer” months ago.
Vladimir Putin turned 70 last month at a time when Russia has suffered huge losses in Ukraine, provoking its deepest confrontation with the West since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.
Sky News previously quoted the ‘General SVR’ telegram channel as saying that President Vladimir Putin complained of ‘aching pain’ before an important command room meeting.
“(Putin) complained of aching pains in his abdominal cavity that could not be stopped immediately, stooped forward and held the meeting trying to maintain a natural posture,” the report said.