• 18/04/2024 02:48

Putin's illness: the ex-head of British intelligence named the presumptive diagnosis of the Kremlin dictator

ByJohn Newman

Feb 23, 2024

The former head of the British secret intelligence service MI6, Richard Dearlove, named a possible diagnosis of the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin. According to him, an aggressor president may suffer from physical and mental health problems.

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Putin's illness: the ex-head of British intelligence named the presumptive diagnosis of the Kremlin dictator

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On LBC, Dearlove spoke about the illness of the Russian leader, noting that he does not have a clear answer to the question about Putin’s health. The former head of MI6 noted that he has acquaintances and friends in Eastern Europe who are convinced that there is something wrong with the Kremlin dictator from a medical point of view, NBN reports.

At the same time the ex-chief of the British secret intelligence service suggested that the President of the Russian Federation may suffer from Parkinson's disease.

Dearlove clarified that this disease has different manifestations and varying degrees of severity. According to him, the murder of opposition politician Alexei Navalny may indicate the presence of paranoia in the head of the Kremlin, which is one of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

Russian media previously reported that rumors were spreading in the Kremlin about the poisoning of the dictator, who lives on medications.

nbnews.com.ua

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