Russian President Vladimir Putin Suffers Cardiac Arrest in Presidential Bedroom

Russian President Vladimir Putin Suffers Cardiac Arrest – Months of speculation about his health, Russian President Vladimir Putin is believed to have suffered a heart attack, according to General SVR, a whistle-blower organization that claims to have inside information about Kremlin activities from former and current intelligence officers. The SVR posted its claims on social media.

The claims became international news after British outlets The MirrorThe Express and GB News published the information, sparking discussions over the controversial leader’s longevity.

According to the insider group, Putin was found on the bedroom floor, next to spilled food and drinks, at approximately 9.05 pm on Sunday. His security staff reportedly stormed the room after hearing sounds and the president falling to the ground.

“Putin convulsively arched while lying on the floor, rolling his eyes,” General SVR said.

“The doctors, who were on duty at the residence in one of the adjacent rooms, were immediately called.

“Doctors performed resuscitation, having previously determined that the president was in cardiac arrest.

“Help was provided on time, the heart was started, and Putin regained consciousness.”

According to the insider group, the latest health crisis has sent shock waves through Putin’s inner circle in the Kremlin, who are feared to be on the verge of death.

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A mysterious social media post has further fueled the speculation, with a user claiming to be praying for Putin’s health.

“God, don’t you leave us. Pray to God you are alive and healthy,” the Telegram post by Z-blogger read.

Ukraine has reacted, with adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs Anton Gerashchenko questioning the post.

“What is going on?” he said on X.

Questions have been raised about President Vladimir Putin’s health as he has taken a break from addressing the media for the first time in two years. His absence from the stage, combined with the two-decades-long invasion of Ukraine, has left many wondering if he is still fit to remain in power.

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