Vladimir Putin “Cancer”: White House denies

Vladimir Putin "Cancer": White House denies

The White House formally denied that Vladimir Putin had written a report indicating that he had been treated for “advanced stage” cancer, following the revelations of the American weekly Newsweek.

That would be wrong. Contrary to what was written Le Magazine NewsweekWashington has not written a single note claiming to be the Kremlin master Vladimir Putin She was treated for “advanced stage” pancreatic cancer last April.

“Rumors that such assessments are from intelligence services or that such information is passed on to the president are incorrect,” the U.S. National Security Council confirmed.

On June 2, Newsweek, in its columns, confirmed that the Russian head of state would be operated on for pancreatic cancer, depending on three different American intelligence sources.

Two oncologists at his bedside

One of them claimed to have other “concordant sources”. In Russia69-year-old Vladimir Putin has been “followed by oncologists for two years” and underwent anesthesia under local anesthesia in April.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, on February 24, information about the health of the Russian president was regularly published. However, the head of diplomacy in Moscow dismissed all theories. Sergei LavrovVladimir Putin had assured that he was doing well.

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