As days go by, Theories and possible reasons about the state of health of the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, continue to grow. In the last few hours, during the Victory Day parade, he was seen wearing a blanket, trembling and walking hunched over.
“Across his legs was a green blanket that had been left for him when he first arrived on the platform. He was fidgeting and fidgeting, moving her from side to side”, explained The Sun newspaper.
Furthermore, as East2West News explains, he was conspicuously absent from the Night Hockey League game in which he was “expected to compete.” The outlet explains that he sent “a video message while he was in Sochi.”
“I wish you good luck in your ice battles and all the best,” Putin said in his message. “And as they say, ‘May the best man win.'”
Regional Kuban News also reported that “Vladimir Putin was also expected to play for Legends of Hockey, but in early May, press secretary Dmitry Peskov announced that the head of state would not participate.
It was the second time in the history of the gala matches since 2012 that the president missed the match, according to East2West News. “In 2013, he had a symbolic showdown and watched the game from the stands.”
Although the Kremlin has not officially confirmed that the Russian leader is ill, the truth is that images of the president have been made public that have set off alarms about his state of health. Also, according to The New York Post, new images have now appeared that alert about it.
“Observers who studied recent images of Putin noted that his legs seemed to be in constant motion and seemed to be in pain while holding on to the armrest of a chair, ”explained The Sun a few days ago. Previously, the researchers also observed that “His way of walking with his left arm motionless, almost at his side, while his right arm swings freely.”
All these theories arose as a result of Putin beginning to monopolize the maximum international attention after ordering the Russian invasion. The president was absent for several days, which made several sources weigh that he could also suffer from cancer.
The political scientist and professor Valery Solovey, former head of the Public Relations Department of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, declared last February in an interview that Putin has cancer and also symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
Now, according to the New York newspaper, Putin could be seen dark spots on your cheeks that may have been masked by makeup. Those spots, says the newspaper, could be the result of his illness, which would confirm that he suffers from some type of pathology.