Before this, many media have claimed that Putin is suffering from cancer. In particular, the US media has repeatedly claimed that Putin is suffering from a serious illness.
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Russia the president Vladimir Putin It is said that Putin will be killed before October 7. Such is the claim of Russian opposition leader Laya Ponomarev, who lives in Ukraine. Leah Ponomarev is considered a staunch opponent of Putin. He claims that Putin will be killed before his 71st birthday and that it will be by someone very close to him.
Before this, many media have claimed that Putin is suffering from cancer. In particular, the US media has repeatedly claimed that Putin is suffering from a serious illness. In such a situation, this claim of Lia Ponomarev is surprising.
Russia’s claims about Ukraine are wrong – Lia Ponomareva
In an interview given to the American magazine Newsweek, Lia Ponomarev said that there is no part of Ukraine where Russia has 100% control. Russia is making false claims about Ukraine. But at the time he also acknowledged that defeating Putin was considered impossible. “I stand by my statement that Putin will not be able to celebrate his next birthday,” he said.
Who is Lia Ponomareva?
Lya Ponomarev has an image as an opposition leader who raises his voice against Putin’s misguided policies on every platform. He was also a Member of Parliament from 2007 to 2016. In 2014, when Russia invaded Ukraine and annexed part of Crimea, Ponomarev was the only MP in parliament to publicly oppose it. He is considered one of the most efficient leaders of Russia.
Let us tell you, this news comes at a time when Russia’s Defense Ministry claimed on Friday that the Russian army has captured the eastern city of Soledar, a salt mine in Ukraine. Capturing Soledar would mark a rare victory for Russia after several setbacks in its war against Ukraine.
The Russian army captured Soledar, the center of bloody clashes between the Russian and Ukrainian armies, the ministry said. However, Ukrainian officials have denied Russia’s claim that it has captured Soledar, which is part of eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk province, and said fighting is still ongoing. Donetsk is one of four regions annexed by Moscow to Russia in September.