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Kremlin says Putin will not resign

Vladimir Putin is planning to quit early the next year amid growing fears for his health is just another disinformation by British media - Kremlin

Hira Lama Published: 2020-11-06 17:47:46

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Moscow, Nov-6:  Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov has refuted the article published by the British tabloid The Sun, which claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to resign due to health problems. Peskov assured that Putin has no such plans, and that he is in excellent health.

"No," the spokesman said in response to a question on whether the president plans to resign. "He is in excellent health," Peskov added.

"There isn’t much to comment on here," Peskov said when asked to react to The Sun’s article. "This is pure nonsense. The president is well," the Kremlin official said.

As The Sun Magazine had published an article as Vladimir Putin is planning to quit early next year amid growing fears for his health, Moscow sources claimed last night.

THe Sun writes, Kremlin watchers said recent tell-tale footage showed the 68-year-old strongman has possible symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
And informed analysts claimed that the Russian president’s glamorous ex-gymnast lover Alina Kabaeva, 37 - once dubbed 'Russia's most flexible woman' - is begging him to release his grip on power.