Vladimir Putin has been President of Russia three times since 2000.
When we think of Russia, the only face that comes to our mind is that of Vladimir Putin. Putin has taken Russia in his hands since 2000. In this context, the question whether he will run in the next presidential election in 2024 is already causing a stir.
While there are many reasons why these questions arise, only their health is seen as the main factor. President Putin turned 69 the following month (October 7). In addition, Putin’s neurological disorder is a major impediment to his chances of becoming the next president.
This raises the million-dollar question as to who would be the next president, if not Putin. Answer is now available. Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu is being named at the top of the presidential race. Sergei Shoiku is a Buddhist. Original prayer. It borders the Northwest Chinese border.
The area became notorious for murders and suicides. Sergei has been in politics since the 1990s. He was the emergency minister during that time. He later played a key role in annexing Crimea and defending Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Sergei, 66, has occasionally been seen fishing and hunting with Mint. Significantly, the media is reporting that Putin is indirectly showing Sergei as his political successor to the outside world.
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