Russian Defense Minister reappears on screen after two-week absence (VIDEO)

Russian Defense Minister reappears on screen after two-week absence (VIDEO)

The Defense Ministry published a video on Saturday showing Mr Shoigu presiding over a meeting dedicated to Russia’s arms budget.

The images are undated, but the ministers refer to a meeting with the finance minister, which Russian agencies say took place on Friday 25 March.

He reaffirms that the supply and supply of weapons is proceeding as planned “despite the difficulties we face today” due to international sanctions imposed in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

On Thursday, the Kremlin reported talks between the minister and President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of a report “on the progress of the special military operation” at a meeting of the Russian Security Council, answering questions raised by prolonged public absences. was given. Mr. Shoigu’s in the midst of an armed conflict.

The Kremlin also dismissed speculation about the minister’s health.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: “At this time (…) the defense minister has a lot to do, this is really not the time to do media activity.”

The Defense Ministry said in a statement on Saturday that reports “Sergei Shoigu has suffered a heart attack and has therefore stopped appearing in public” are “clearly false”.

Sergei Shoigu is usually a familiar face on the television screen. She and Vladimir Putin make regular trips to the Siberian taiga, drive all-terrain vehicles, drink tea or pick mushrooms.

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