While Russia’s Ukraine continues without slurring the occupation, recent allegations of Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s health have resonated widely in the public. With photographs published by Western media, doctors gave Putin a maximum of 3 years, while responding to the allegations came from Foreign Minister Lavrov. “I don’t think rational people can see any signs of illness or weakness in this man,” Lavrov said, arguing that Putin was sick. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the French TF1 channel about rumors about the health situation of President Vladimir Putin.
Allegations that Putin has had serious health problems, parkinson’s or cancer have long been brought up in international press. The British press claimed that the doctors gave Putin a life of no more than 3 years. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said, “you can observe him on the screens and hear his performance,” following a TF1 correspondent’s question on Putin’s health status. I don’t think rational people can see any signs of illness or weakness in this man,” he said. Putin, who will be 70 in October, appeared in public every day, Lavrov said.