Vladimir Putin ‘given three years to live’ by doctors


Vladimir Putin ‘given three years to live’ by doctors.

Vladimir Putin has been given a maximum of three years of life by doctors, according to a Russian intelligence source.

This is at least what some British media claim, according to which the FSB officer said that the Russian president, 69 years old, “has a severe form of cancer that is progressing rapidly”.

He added: “He has no more than two to three years to be alive.”

The spy said the illness means Putin is also losing sight.

He revealed: “We are told that he suffers from headaches and when he appears on TV he needs pieces of paper with everything written in large letters to read what he means.”

“They are so big each page can only hold a few sentences. “His eyesight is getting worse.” “And his limbs are now shaking uncontrollably.”

Otherwise, last week Putin met with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Sochi and was caught on camera “moving his legs uncontrollably” as the pair sat down for talks.

And Ukrainian “spy” Kyrylo Budanov said: “He has several serious diseases, one of which is cancer.”

In addition, reports last week citing Kremlin sources claimed that Putin underwent a successful cancer operation 14 days ago.

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