Cancer and Parkinson’s? Kremlin denied rumors of illness

  Cancer and Parkinson's?  Kremlin denied rumors of illness

Is Russian President Putin seriously ill? A British tabloid is airing rumors. But the refusal immediately follows.

For a few days, a Kremlin insider has been sparking rumors that Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is suffering from two serious illnesses. He told the British newspaper “Daily Mail” that Putin has cancer and Parkinson’s and would announce his resignation soon. This should be done in January. An heir must be determined in advance: his daughter Katerina Tikhonova.

The Kremlin has now refuted the rumors: Spokesman Dmitry Peskov called them nonsense, and the president was in excellent health. However, 68-year-old Putin was absent from an important hockey program on Saturday, as Frankfurt Runnerdachu has put together, which the Kremlin boss usually doesn’t remember, he showed to reporters shortly after, through his study and a Did a long interview.

Vladimir Putin has been the Russian head of government intermittently since 2000 – whose tenure is actually limited. After the constitutional amendment, Putin could theoretically remain the country’s president until 2036.

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