Vladimir Putin: Former Russian spy makes shocking revelations about his 'illness'

A French television talk show has revealed that a former Russian spy has hidden information about Russian PM Vladimir Putin's health.

While Putin and his Russian army have been trying to invade Ukraine for almost a week, Cyril Hanouna received Sergeï Jirnov, a former member of the KGB who knew the Russian president well, in TPMP talk show on February 28.

They notably mentioned the leader's health andconfirmed that Vladimir Putin is very 'sick.'

Does Putin have cancer?

Sergei Jirnov knew Putin well when they were both members of the KGB, the Russian intelligence services. He had also revealed the last time he was invited to TPMP that the Russian president had 'a boyfriend' at the time.

This time he made remarks on Putin's state of health and Gilles Verdez, a French journalist says:

He would have little time to live.

Sergeï says:

He is completely changed (physically), perhaps due to taking cortisone to fight cancer. On the other hand, if it's just cancer, it doesn't matter because Mitterrand had cancer for 14 years. He had two terms as president with cancer. He was told he had cancer a week after he came to power.
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In any case, the ex-KGB spy confirmed on the C8 set that Vladimir Putin is indeed 'sick '. His information comes from a source from the Kremlin.

This 'illness' could also explain a change in behaviour in Vladimir Putin during recent years and his choice to invade Ukraine at all costs.

Sergeï adds:

If he feels condemned, in fact he says to himself, well, I don't have it. Damn it.
He is being treated anyway. Doctors from Israel were treating him, there are Russian doctors now. Every three months, they take him to Siberia to see the shamans and they do almost satanic dances.
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