Was on holiday in Sardinia. Suspected poisoning of ex-Putin adviser – Corriere.it

Was on holiday in Sardinia.  Suspected poisoning of ex-Putin adviser - Corriere.it

Putin’s ex-colleague fell victim to a sudden “neurological disorder.” In March, he resigned from all positions and left Russia in opposition to the invasion of Ukraine

A former adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Anatoly Chubais was hospitalized For sudden illness. According to some rumours, he was on holiday in the Costa Smeralda and is now in critical condition. Diagnosis speaks “Neurological Syndrome”. This was reported by the Associated Press Admission to “a European hospital”. Without specifying which. and agency Tass confirmed the news The former politician is in a hospital ward Intensive therapy. Ksenia Sobchak, a Russian TV personality and family friend of Chubais, wrote in a telegram that she had spoken with Chubais’s wife. The woman explained that Putin’s former aide was attacked Guillain-Barre syndrome, a disease of the nervous system resulting from infection. Symptoms include muscle weakness and loss of reflexes. British newspaper The Daily Mail, on the other hand, downplays the assumption of poisoning.

In March, Anatoly Chubais renounced all political offices (he was Moscow’s delegate to the International Climate Conference) and left Russia.. Although he never explained his gesture, many interpreted him as one “Break” with Kremlin over Ukrainian invasion. His defection is the first episode of open dissent from Putin’s positions. Chubais, an economist, was considered “Director of Privatization”, the economic transformation that affected Russia after the end of communism. He also covered the post Deputy Premier during the presidency of Boris Yeltsin.

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