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Putin's face was puffy and his hand turned blue when he grabbed a chair, — media (photo)

A recording was published on the Kremlin's website, in which the President of the Russian Federation made speeches during the opening of the monument to Fidel Castro in Moscow. Journalists claim that the face of the President of the Russian Federation was swollen and pale.

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The appearance of Russian President Vladimir Putin in public gave rise to new rumors about his state of health. This is reported by The Mirror.

In a video posted on the Kremlin website, Putin and Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez make speeches during the unveiling of a monument to Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Moscow.

At the opening of a bronze statue of a Cuban revolutionary, there was talk of “traditional friendship” between the peoples of the two countries. In the recording, Putin appears to be uncomfortable and holds his hand on a chair. The Russian president's hand turned noticeably blue, and he looked wrinkled next to him, standing next to a representative of the Cuban leadership.

Putin's face was puffy and his hand turned blue as he grabbed a chair, — media (photo)

Putin's face was puffy and his hand turned blue when he grabbed a chair, — media (photo)

The Russian President's face was allegedly swollen and pale.

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As in previous videos, Putin moved his foot, which, again, fueled rumors that the Russian president may be suffering from cancer-related pain.

In early November, Telegram The General SVR channel, which has long claimed that Putin has several serious illnesses, reported that the health of the Russian president has deteriorated further due to the “stress” associated with the war in Ukraine.

The publication was the point is that the health of the head of the Kremlin is increasingly causing concern among his physicians and relatives. Putin has constant nausea and cough. He has lost 8 kg because he has been on a strict diet for the past few months.