The journalists described some details of the Russian dictator’s foreign visits.
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is accompanied on his foreign trips by a bodyguard who collects his excrement and delivers it back to Russia.
This is stated in a joint publication of journalists Régis Gente (Paris Match magazine) and Mikhail Rubin (“Project”).
According to investigators, in May 2017, a “special” FSO officer accompanied Putin during his visits to the toilet during a trip to France, and in 2019, the same person performed similar work during the Russian president’s trip to Saudi Arabia.
Journalists note that such measures are caused by Putin’s fears that excrement samples could be used to determine the state of his health.
Putin’s illnesses: what is known
Earlier, the former head of Mi-6 (UK’s secret intelligence service), Richard Dirlove, said that Russian President Putin would soon “go to a sanatorium” and would not do it of his own free will. After that, the dictator will lose power, and in 2023 he will no longer be alive .
On May 29, the Daily Mirror and a number of other European media sources, citing an FSB source, reported that Putin had “a severe form of rapidly progressing cancer” and that he had allegedly been warned of an imminent death.