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In a surprising turn of events, a Russian-Israeli businessman, Leonid Nevzlin, has come forward with claims regarding the health crisis of Sergei Shoigu, Russia’s defence minister, Your Content has learned.
Nevzlin suspects foul play in what appears to be a massive heart attack suffered by Shoigu, raising questions about potential underlying tensions within the Russian leadership.
Sergei Shoigu, a longstanding ally of President Putin, has been a key figure in Russian politics since 2012.
However, his recent absence during the ongoing invasion has fueled speculation about his well-being.
Reports suggest that Shoigu’s heart attack, which may have been the result of foul play, could provide evidence of a significant rift between President Putin and his inner circle, including top military officials.
Leonid Nevzlin, who himself was once among Russia’s wealthiest individuals before fleeing the country in 2003 due to the seizure of his oil company by the Kremlin, has made this extraordinary claim.
While the veracity of his allegations is yet to be confirmed, the potential implications are substantial, as they suggest a deeper division within the Russian government and its military leadership.
Further developments in this situation are eagerly awaited to shed light on the truth behind these startling claims and their potential consequences for Russia’s political landscape, according to The SUN.