‘Deteriorating’ Putin suffers health relapse that could make him lash out in Ukraine, claims Kremlin ‘insider’ | The Sun

‘Deteriorating’ Putin suffers health relapse that could make him lash out in Ukraine, claims Kremlin ‘insider’ | The Sun

February 20, 2023

VLADIMIR Putin has suffered a health relapse amid reports he is suffering from cancer, a so-called Kremlin insider has claimed.

It is feared the Russian tyrant's reported setback could make him lash out in Ukraine as the one-year anniversary of the invasion looms.

Ukraine today warned Putin had put his nuclear forces on high alert in a bid to "blackmail" the West.

Bombshell spy documents leaked to The Sun meanwhile previously appeared to confirm the dictator has pancreatic cancer and early-stage Parkinson's disease.

Now it is claimed Putin, 70, will be forced to undergo fresh treatment early on in March – impacting his ability to oversee his war with Ukraine. 

Telegram channel General SVR – which claims to be fed information by a Kremlin insider – has been pumping out unverified information since the start of the war.

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The fresh claim of Putin's "deterioration" coincided with 80-year-old Biden’s visit to Kyiv, just 530 miles from the Russian capital Moscow. 

The channel alleged: "Over the weekend, Putin underwent another medical check-up.

“The recent treatment did not give the expected results and a new one, based on the results of the examination, has been scheduled and will start on March 5. 

“This can and probably will seriously influence the president's plans and decisions in the coming days.”

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His “deteriorating health condition” means an “inability to actively participate in various activities during the treatment”.

He will be unable to “fully participate in the governance of the [military operation in Ukraine]".

The channel added: “It should be recalled that at the end of last year, due to the onset of therapy, Putin was forced to cancel a number of large traditional events and temporarily withdraw from most of the information agenda.”

It claimed a major speech by Putin this week to the Federal Assembly in Moscow “will be adjusted” to take account of the medical issues. 

The channel has long claimed that he is suffering from cancer leading to digestive problems and other ailments. 

Putin suffers “bouts of coughing, dizziness, sleep disturbances, abdominal pain [and] constant nausea” as well as “the manifestation of symptoms of Parkinson's disease and schizoaffective disorder”, it has alleged. 

Earlier this month, the channel claimed Putin had been visited by doctors after becoming "weak and tired" after an event in Volgograd.

Meanwhile, it was revealed last week Putin had dramatically classified bombshell data appearing to prove he has been treated for cancer.

The channel and others have claimed that drugs Putin is taking had an impact on his decision to go to war – and continue the onslaught against Ukraine despite losing an estimated 200,000 Russians in the conflict. 

A revealing video shows Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov one year ago today denying Russia would go to war. 

He said: “We appeal to your intelligence, and urge you to ask yourself – what sense would it make for Russia to attack someone? 

“We urge you to remember history,  even though as we’ve recently seen they are not doing too well with history there in the West.

“But we remind you that during its entire history Russia never attacked anyone. 

“Russia, that went through so many wars, this is the last country in Europe that wants to even speak about [wars].”

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It comes amid fears Putin could launch a huge new attack on Ukraine within day, desperate to achieve something after a bruising first year.

Ukrainian defenders are bracing for an assault that could include 1,800 tanks, 3,950 armoured vehicles, 400 fighter jets and 300 helicopters incoming from Russia – as well as 500,000 soldiers.

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