The day after the revelations of the American weekly Newsweek, the White House formally denied that Vladimir Putin had written a report stating that he had been treated for “advanced stage” cancer.
That would be wrong. Contrary to what is written Newsweek MagazineWashington never wrote a note announcing that he was the master of the Kremlin Vladimir Putin He was treated for “advanced stage” pancreatic cancer last April.
The U.S. National Security Council has ruled that “rumors about the existence of such estimates from intelligence services or rumors about sending such information to the president are not true.”
On June 2, Newsweek, in its columns, relied on three different US intelligence sources to confirm that the Russian head of state had undergone surgery for pancreatic cancer.
Two oncologists in his bed
One of them said there were other “contract sources”. In RussiaVladimir Putin, 69, said he had been “followed by oncologists for two years” and that “April’s operation was under local anesthesia in the abdomen” and that he had “cancer of the pancreas”.
Since the start of the Russian offensive in Ukraine on February 24, information about the health of the Russian president has been released continuously. However, all principles were destroyed by the diplomatic leader in Moscow. Sergei LavrovVladimir Putin promised that he was fine.
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