Ex-official Chubais, who left the Russian Federation, was hospitalized

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Ex-official Chubais, who left the Russian Federation, was hospitalized

After the start of the war, Chubais left post of special presidential envoy for sustainable development and left Russia.

Former high-ranking Russian official Anatoly Chubais, who left his last official post and the country in March of this year, is hospitalized with Guillain Barre syndrome, which causes loss of control over the limbs, sources close to him said, BBC writes.

Russian TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak was the first to report Chubais' illness. According to her, Chubais was in intensive care.

According to Sobchak, Chubais “became ill, his arms and legs suddenly began to take away.”

“I was hospitalized in one of the European clinics with a diagnosis of Guillain-Barré syndrome. Moderate, stable “, – Sobchak quotes the message of Chubais himself. In what country is Chubais now located, it was not specified. In early March, it was reported that he was seen in Turkey.

Later, the information about Chubais's hospitalization was confirmed by the Russian propaganda state agency TASS, citing an anonymous source in his entourage. According to him, Chubais's condition improved on Sunday after receiving treatment.

Recall that in March 2022, Anatoly Chubais left the post of special presidential envoy for sustainable development and left Russia. Chubais resigned and left the country, citing opposition to President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine, sources told Bloomberg. However, he himself did not make any public statements, neither on this nor on other topics, after his resignation.

Guillain-Barré syndrome is a rare disease in which a person's immune system attacks its own peripheral nerves. In severe cases, this can lead to paralysis of the legs, arms, or facial muscles. In 20-30% of people, the chest muscles are affected, making breathing difficult.

This syndrome can affect people of all ages, but is most common in adults and men. Most people recover completely even in the most severe cases of the syndrome.

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