Putin cant keep his legs still new rumors about the

Putin can’t keep his legs still, new rumors about the disease: “Parkinson’s symptom” VIDEO

Wladimir Putin has the Parkinson’s? Questions about the Russian president’s health are back after meeting his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko at his residence near Moscow. The video of the bilateral meeting released by the Kremlin has highlighted the difficulties faced by the tsar, who, sitting next to the ally, is unable to keep his legs still while speaking.

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Parkinson’s symptom

Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to Ukraine’s Interior Minister, tweeted an image from the video: “Putin’s feet during his meeting with Lukashenko. Is that a Morse code message?’ he said dryly. This isn’t the first time Putin has been filmed moving his feet unnaturally. This had already been described by some experts in the past as a “symptom of Parkinson’s”.

This is known as “restless legs syndrome”. Last November, The Sun published the information of a Kremlin spy who allegedly revealed that Putin has “early-stage Parkinson’s disease” and “pancreatic cancer.”

Rumors of a possible illness of the Russian tsar have been circulating since the invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, 2022. The news comes from more or less authoritative sources and experts from all over the world who have analyzed videos and images agree that the tsar could actually be suffering from a degenerative disease.

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