Cancer? New Footage Suggests Vladimir Putin Might Be Sick
Video footage of Russian President Vladimir Putin made an unannounced visit to Crimea has once again sparked speculation that he could be suffering from health problems.
The 70-year-old president appeared on video visiting Sevastopol, Crimea’s largest city that sits on the coast of the Black Sea, and appeared to be limping at some points during the visit.
The trip also marked the 9th anniversary of the annexation of Crimea – a symbolic trip for the Russians, and a significant one given Kyiv’s apparent intention to take back the territory.
On March 20, Ukrainian and Russian Telegram channels shared video footage of explosions and gunfire seen and heard in Dzhanjoi.
Ukraine acknowledged the explosions, which destroyed Russian cruise missiles that were being transported through Crimea, though described the incident as “mysterious.”
What Happened In Sevastopol with Putin?
Video footage and photographs show the Russian president, wearing a turtleneck sweater and a jacket, walking indoors with Mikhail Razvozhayev, the governor of Sevastopol, and six bodyguards who appeared to be wearing bulletproof vests.
As Putin walks with the men, he looks to be experiencing discomfort, walking more slowly than he did only days before when he made a public appearance in Moscow.
Putin was reportedly visiting the Tauric Chersonese museum and a children’s art school in the region.
Additional video footage of the Russian preside …