Vladimir Putin health updates – Evil tyrant 'had urgent cancer surgery LAST WEEK and is now in hiding recovering'

Vladimir Putin health updates – Evil tyrant 'had urgent cancer surgery LAST WEEK and is now in hiding recovering'

EVIL Vladimir Putin is currently recovering after undergoing cancer surgery last week, according to reports.

The Russian dictator, 69, went under the knife for an unknown procedure late Monday following warnings that the treatment was "essential", according to Telegram channel General SVR.

The Kremlin has not commented on the latest allegations of Putin's ill-health, but regularly denies he is suffering any kind of difficulties.

It comes as an ex MI6 agent claims the Russian tyrant's rumoured health woes are now causing him to lose his grip on power in the Kremlin.

According to MailOnline, General SVR wrote today: "On the night of Monday May 16 to Tuesday May 17, Russian President Vladimir Putin underwent a surgical operation.

"The fact that Putin should be operated on as soon as possible was insisted upon by his attending physicians. According to the doctors involved in the treatment of the President, the operation was successful.

"We have already talked about the fact that Putin was personally absent from the information space from May 17 to May 19 and was not available even to his inner circle, with the exception of Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.

"From May 17 to May 19, 'canned', pre-recorded meetings and messages were posted in the information space, and Putin personally held two telephone conversations during this time."

Read our Ukraine war blog below for the latest rolling news and updates…

  • Joseph Gamp

    Ukraine claims Putin 'survived assassination attempt'

    VLADIMIR Putin has survived an assassination attempt after he was attacked during a trip, Ukraine has claimed.

    The country's Chief of Defence Intelligence Kyrylo Budanov, said there was an "unsuccessful attempt" against the Russian President's life at the start of the war against Ukraine. 

    He told Ukrainian Pravda: "Putin was assassinated…

    "He was even attacked in the line of, as they say, representatives of the Caucasus not so long ago.

    "This is non-public information. Absolutely unsuccessful attempt, but it really took place… It was about 2 months ago."

    "Once again, he was unsuccessful. There is no publicity about this event, but it took place. "

    The outlet said the full interview will be aired tomorrow.

    Read more here.

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    Russia presses Donbas as Ukraine takes centre stage at Davos

    Russian forces pursued their bombardment of frontline Ukrainian cities on Sunday, seeking to gain military momentum as Kyiv’s diplomatic counter-offensive targeted the world’s business and political elite gathering in Davos.

    Shelling and missile strikes hit Kharkiv in the north, and Mykolaiv and Zaporizhzhia in the south, while eight civilians were killed on the eastern front in the Donbas, Ukrainian officials said.

    Three months after launching their invasion, Moscow’s forces are focused on securing and expanding their gains in the Donbas region and on Ukraine’s southern coast.

    Ukraine’s parliament voted on Sunday to extend martial law for a further three months through to August 23.

    Kyiv, meanwhile, is rallying international support and receiving Western weapons supplies, even if EU powers are struggling to agree on expanding sanctions to Russia’s huge energy exports.

    Poland’s President Andrzej Duda was to address the Ukrainian parliament and meet President Volodymyr Zelensky later Sunday, a day ahead of the Ukrainian leader’s Davos videoconference.

    “He will in particular pay homage to those who, in defending Ukraine, are fighting to defend Europe,” Duda’s adviser Jakub Kumoch told the news agency PAP.

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    Russia’s ‘unstoppable’ Satan-2 nuke

    Just days ago, Russian state TV said Britain could be bombed “back to the stone age” in ten minutes using Putin‘s “unstoppable” 7,000mph hypersonic nuke missiles.

    A Kremlin mouthpiece threatened to use Moscow’s new Zirzon weapon system to plunge the country into permanent darkness by wiping out 50 or 60 power stations.

    Politician Aleksey Zhuravlyov and another TV propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov have previously suggested striking Britain with Satan-2.

    Zhuravlyov threatened to nuke Britain with its Satan-2 hypersonic missile in 200 seconds and obliterate Finland in just ten.

    Rogozin has also warned that NATO countries can be destroyed within half an hour in a nuclear attack.

    Meanwhile, Russian state TV also threatened to wipe “boorish Britain” off the map for supporting Ukraine.

    And Putin has warned he will use nuclear weapons against the West if anyone interferes in Ukraine.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Zelenskyy promises to grant Polish citizens right to live in Ukraine

    Polish citizens in Ukraine will be granted the same rights that Ukrainian refugees in Poland are currently receiving.

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced the new laws on Sunday during a visit to Kyiv by Polish leader Andrzej Duda.

    Poland has granted the right to live and work and claim social security payments to over 3 million Ukrainian refugees fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

    Earlier on Sunday, a Ukrainian ruling party lawmaker said that Zelenskyy had announced the imminent tabling of a parliamentary bill to give Polish citizens “special legal status” in Ukraine

  • Joseph Gamp

    EU membership for Ukraine will take ’15 or 20 years’, says French minister

    A bid by Ukraine to join the European Union could not be finalised for “15 or 20 years,” France’s Europe minister said Sunday.

    The minister poured cold water on President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s hopes for quick entry to the bloc in the wake of Russia’s invasion.

    Clement Beaune told Radio J: “We have to be honest. If you say Ukraine is going to join the EU in six months, or a year or two, you’re lying.”

    “It’s probably in 15 or 20 years, it takes a long time,” he added.

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    Everything YOU need to know about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

    Here are the key questions answered regarding Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine.

    • Why is Russia invading Ukraine?
    • Will the UK go to war?
    • How can I join the Ukraine foreign legion?
    • What can I do to help Ukraine?
    • Who is Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky?
    • How much gas does the UK get from Russia?
    • Is Russia a part of Nato?
    • Does Russia have nuclear weapons?
    • Why is Ukraine not in Nato?
    • How big is the Russian army?
    • What is Article 5 of the Nato treaty?
    • What is the Minsk agreement?
    • Which countries were in the Soviet Union?
    • What does the Z mean on Russian tanks? Meaning behind symbols explained
    • When will the Russia-Ukraine war end?

    Russia employs over 50 Syrian bomb specialists to help with Ukraine invasion

    According to reports, Scientists with connections to the Syrian military’s infamous barrel bombs have joined forces with Russia.

    The specialists have likely been tapped in order to aid in Russia’s brutal bombing campaign of Ukraine.

    This violence comes as President Zelensky called on Russia for “diplomacy” in order to end the war.

    Putin followed by ‘team of doctors’ at all times, says ex-MI6 agent

    Following reports of the tyrants rapidly deteriorating health, an ex-MI6 agent has revealed that he is being tailed at all times by a “team of doctors”.

    As the war in Ukraine intensifies, Putin has become visibly weaker, missing a number of key engagements.

    Christopher Steele, an ex-spy, added that even when healthy, Putin provides “no clear political leadership.”

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      Heroic Zelensky meets with Portuguese Prime Minister

      The Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, left, can be seen greeting Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa as the country seeks aid in its efforts against Russia.

      The now-iconic leader has called on Russia to engage in peace talks, claiming only “diplomacy” can end the conflict.

      Today, Polish President Andrzej Duda will speak in Kyiv, becoming the first world leader to do so since Russia’s invasion.

    • Joseph Gamp

      Shocking photos show how Putin has declined

      VLADIMIR Putin has descended from a macho strongman to a bloated butcher who struggles to walk in the space of just three years, pictures reveal.

      Since first becoming Russia‘s president in 2000, Vlad has prided himself on his strongman image, having himself photographed riding horses shirtless, taking part in judo demonstrations, tracking tigers, and working out.

      But in the past three years, he has become unrecognisable, with his previously gaunt face turning bloated, and his swagger giving way to a feeble, slumped-over stance.

      Many pictures have been taken over the years for propaganda purposes, including a 2008 photo of him checking a satellite tracker on a Siberian tiger.

      Putin’s seemingly ageless looks have sparked years of rumours that the Russian leader has had regular cosmetic surgery.

      In just three years, Putin’s appearance has drastically altered, and where once the Russian leader seemed to be ageing in reverse, his face now appears puffy while his demeanour has also changed.

      Pictures released by the Kremlin in 2020 of his end-of-year address show a drastically different Putin from just a year earlier, with his face appearing far puffier.

      Gone is the confident, swaggering world statesman, and in its place is a slouching and feeble tyrant.

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