“Collective Putin”: Budanov spoke about the doubles of the head of the Kremlin (video)



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The head of the GUR MO notes that those characters who play the role of Putin, you can notice different habits, mannerisms, gaits and even different heights.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has doubles who can replace him in various public places. This conclusion was reached by the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, in a story published on August 2 on Facebook by the GUR.

Different information is available on the Web regarding Putin's doubles, but you can notice the differences between the characters playing the role of the Russian president on your own.

“If you analyze even from open sources of information that Putin, who was shown in 1999, until 2010 basically, there were doubles there too. But in general, that person and the person who is being shown now are definitely different people,” Budanov said.

According to him, if you look closely, you can see that the “Putins” have different habits, mannerisms, gaits and even different heights.


In addition, journalists have repeatedly noted health problems with the head of the Kremlin. Sometimes on Putin's footage, he has problems with the musculoskeletal system – his right hand often remains motionless. For example, on April 12, the President of the Russian Federation met with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. During the meeting, he sits in an armchair in an unnatural position, and his right hand grabbed the edge of the table and remained motionless there all the time.

“Collective Putin is the most correct wording. Who today plays the role of conditional Putin is the question is absolutely open,” Budanov stressed.

CIA director William Burns said on July 21 that American intelligence has no evidence of the Russian president's mental or physical exhaustion. Burns concluded that Putin was “too healthy”.


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