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‘Critically ill’ Putin’s hand turns PURPLE as he’s seen clutching chair during meeting with Cuban President

NGA tyrant Vladimir Putin was pictured with purple hands as he clutched his chair, in the latest health concerns surrounding the Kremlin leader.

The Russian The president was filmed shuffling and appearing shaky and unsteady during Tuesday’s meeting with his counterpart from Cuba.

Vladimir Putin's most recent appearances have raised concerns about his health


Vladimir Putin’s most recent appearances have raised concerns about his healthCredit: EPA
His hand drew attention in the picture


His hand drew attention in the pictureCredit: EPA
His left hand is purple when he is seen clutching the arm of the chair


His left hand is purple when he is seen clutching the arm of the chairCredit: AP

Footage from another meeting on Wednesday showed him clutching the table in front of him.

rumors about PutinHis health changed over the months, after it was reported that he was being treated for cancer.

During Tuesday’s summit with Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel, the head of the Kremlin, 70, was pictured sitting awkwardly in a chair as the two spoke for the camera.

His left hand is seen wrapped tightly around the arm of the chair, while his right hand is futilely fiddling with something on his lap.

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Both hands seem to have purple marks on them.

Meanwhile, he fidgeted and pounded his feet, looking oddly shriveled next to president Diaz-Canel.

His face is especially puffy and puffy in the clip.

On Wednesday, he reappeared – this time with executive producer Dmitry Mazepin – in his office flanked by a large wooden desk.

Again, Vlad is seen clutching the table – this time with his right hand – while speaking.

It followed statements by senior Ukrainian figures that Putin feared he would be killed if he lost. war in ukraineand “fight for his life” too.

Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s chief of staff, said recent failures had raised concerns in Moscow that Ukraine will win the war.

He said, as quoted in Time:”[Putin] very afraid because in Russia there is no forgiveness for the tsars who lost the battle. He is fighting for his life now.

“If he loses the war, at least in the Russian mind, it means the end. The end of him as a politics figure.

“And maybe in the physical sense.”

He [Putin] fighting for my life now

Oleksiy ArestovichAdvisor, Chief of Staff to President Zelensky

The recapture of the city in Kherson earlier this month was Ukraine’s biggest victory on the battlefield to date and follows a number of humiliating Russian losses in the Kharkiv and Donbas regions.

Kherson is one of four Ukrainian territories illegally annexed by Russia with great fanfare in Moscow less than two months ago, but his dreams of a greater Russia appear to have gone up in smoke. .

“This has forced even those very loyal to Putin to doubt their ability to win this war,” Arestovich said.

As Putin grows increasingly paranoid and fearful of a coup, signs of ill health may continue to emerge.

His right hand fidgeted with something unknown


His right hand fidgeted with something unknownCredit: AP
During a meeting on Wednesday, he was seen clutching the table in front of him


During a meeting on Wednesday, he was seen clutching the table in front of himCredit: Alamy
The Kremlin repeatedly denied rumors that Putin was sick


The Kremlin repeatedly denied rumors that Putin was sickCredit: Getty

Bombshell spy documents leaked to The Sun Online earlier this month claimed Putin is being treated for Parkinson’s disease and cancerdespite years of denial from the Kremlin.

“I can confirm that he was diagnosed with early-stage Parkinson’s disease, but it is already advanced,” the Russian security service insider stated in an email.

“This truth will be denied and concealed in any way possible.

“Putin is regularly injected with all sorts of heavy-duty steroids and advanced painkillers to stop the spread of the pancreatic cancer he was recently diagnosed with.”

The documents also claim Putin ‘overdosed on psychotropic cocktail’ and has “lost my mind”.

They said the “psychotropic” drugs boosted Putin’s energy to try to hide how “severely ill” he was during important meetings and public appearances.

“He really lost his mind – he really lost his mind,” the insider said.

And last week, Putin is pictured with bruises suspected of IV drip on the back of his hand at his state residence outside Moscow.

Putin is pictured with suspected traces of IV tracking on the back of his hand, amid rumors he’s sick cancer and numb pain.

Kyiv Post reporter Jason Jay Smart shared the cursed footage on Twitter claims that “the videos are released by [Russian] Government news shows what could be traces, from IV, on Putin’s hands.”

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He also claims that Moscow has released two videos: one with a watermark that allegedly hides Putin’s hands, and another that doesn’t show them at all.

Russia’s state media hastily deleted the footage in a move that has fueled speculation about Mr. Putin’s poor health.

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