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Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov dismissed recent claims regarding President Vladimir Putin’s health today, Your Content has learned.
Lavrov refuted reports suggesting that Putin has fallen ill, emphasizing that there is no basis for such speculation.
These allegations originated from alleged British intelligence sources, who purportedly stated that Putin’s health was deteriorating.
While rumors surrounding the Russian president’s well-being have circulated, Lavrov’s statement aimed to debunk these claims.
He asserted that Putin is in good health and dismissed the notion that there is any cause for concern. Lavrov further highlighted that “sane people can see he is fine.”
In the midst of this discussion about Putin’s health, tensions continue to escalate between Russian and Ukrainian forces in the battle for Severodonetsk city.
The ongoing conflict has led to a bloody confrontation, as both sides struggle for control over the strategic location.
It is important to note that these reports and allegations are not confirmed, and until official sources provide concrete information, any conclusions about Putin’s health should be approached with caution, according to The Moscow Times.