In the office instead of the intensive care unit
Silinsky denies rumors of “serious illness”
There are always rumors that the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, is seriously ill. Now there are rumors that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is ill. Interact directly and clearly.
Rumors about the serious illness of Vladimir Putin (69) have been circulating for a long time – and time after time. The Kremlin is conservative and does not comment on the president’s private affairs.
The message is now spreading that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is seriously ill, even in the hospital’s intensive care unit. The President of Ukraine responds to this personally.
“So I’m here in the office.”
“I wish you all good health. Russia today issued more false news that President Zelensky is not ruling the country because he is in hospital, or rather in intensive care, due to his serious health condition. So here I am in the office ”, says Selenksi in a video message.
On top of that: “I’ve never felt so healthy as now.” Several radio stations belonging to TAVR Media – a Ukrainian media company – reported that Zelensky was seriously ill. But it was propaganda. The transmitter has been hacked before.
Shortly thereafter, it was confirmed that “the information about the state of health of President Volodymyr Zelensky is incorrect.” It is suspected that Russian hackers are behind it.
These reports are calculated. Both Moscow and Kiev publish false information that cannot be independently verified. The goal is to lower the morale of the other party.
Putin has a cold
Russia has now denied such rumors about its head of state. “All is well with Putin’s health,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov (54) recently confirmed. However, he has a cold.
This was said after Putin coughed during a visit to Iran. “He caught a slight cold during the visit because he was sitting directly under the air conditioner,” the statement read. Otherwise it works very well. (European Union)
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