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Doctors have given Russian President Vladimir Putin just three more years to live amid growing reports that the Kremlin leader’s health is deteriorating and he has cancer. As the Russian-Ukrainian war continues to escalate with no sign of a ceasefire, a Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officer has claimed that Putin “has no more than two to three years to stay alive” and that he is suffering from a “severe form of rapidly progressing cancer”, according to Mirror.

The outlet said messages about Putin’s health came from “unidentified” Russian spy FSB defector Boris Karpichkov, who now lives in the UK. In another shocking claim, Karpichkov said Vladimir Putin was losing his sight and even suffering from headaches.

Mirror further quoted his Russian intelligence source as saying: “We are told he suffers from headaches and when he appears on TV he needs pieces of paper with everything written in big letters to read what he is saying. he will say.

“They are so big that each page can only fit a few sentences. His eyesight is seriously deteriorating. And his limbs are now shaking uncontrollably,” the FSB agent also said, according to the report.


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