The new signs that do not deceive for Vladimir Putin? The Russian president's feet began to tremble and spasm

Sylvie Claire / November 30, 2022

During a meeting with the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the feet of Russian President Vladimir Putin began to tremble. Possible signs of Parkinson's disease.
On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin received his counterpart from Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. During this tense meeting organized in Moscow, the feet of the Russian president began to tremble and have spasms synonymous with Parkinson's disease. At 70 years old, Vladimir Putin would be "seriously ill ».
Vladimir Putin was also seen holding his right arm with his left hand throughout the exchange. A few months earlier, he was also seen limping on a carpet with his right arm hanging down.
The event comes after shocking spy documents leaked to The Sun Online appeared to confirm that Putin has Parkinson's disease and early stage pancreatic cancer.
During the awkward meeting, Putin and Tokayev exchanged documents and a brief handshake. The Russian president having been snubbed by Tokayev as the latter clearly expressed his disapproval of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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