New public gathering, new rumors about the disease. Vladimir Putin he did not have time to meet his Belarusian counterpart for a bilateral meeting Lukashenko that on social media a video in which his feet can’t stand still goes viral. The Russian President sits and speaks normally, but all eyes are on those “dancer’s legs” that move almost like a detached body. The video illuminates the difficulty of the tsar, which had already been noted in various public meetings of Putin during the months of the war. Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to Ukraine’s Interior Minister, tweeted a frame of the video: “Putin’s feet during his meeting with Lukashenko. Is that a Morse code message?” he joked.
Putin and his alleged illnesses at the heart of the war
This had already been described by some experts in the past as a “symptom of Parkinson’s”. This is known as “restless legs syndrome”. The Sun had spoken about it, citing a source in the Kremlin as saying that Putin has early-stage Parkinson’s disease and “pancreatic cancer”. Rumors that the Kremlin has never confirmed, but which have been confirmed by various experts consulted by newspapers from around the world. Putin’s health has been a key issue during the war months since February 24, the first day of the invasion of Ukraine.