Putin's “right hand” survived the assassination attempt – media



Nikolai Patrushev, who is called the likely successor of Vladimir Putin, was probably poisoned with synthetic poison.

Former head of the FSB secret service and secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev recently survived an assassination attempt. This is reported by the Daily Mail with reference to one of the opposition Telegram channels of the Russian Federation.

In early June, according to the media, Patrushev was hospitalized with deteriorating health.

The publication claims that the ex- the head of the secret service of the FSB was poisoned with a synthetic poison. But he managed to survive and survive the attempt on his life.

“Who is behind the assassination attempt, what are the motives and how it became possible to organize an actually accomplished assassination attempt on a representative of such a high level of power is still unknown,” the Daily Mail quotes his source.

The same source claims that the poisoning of Patrushev, who in the Russian Federation in narrow circles is called a possible successor to Putin, is not a staging, but the beginning of a major redistribution of power.

The last time Patrushev appeared in public on July 5 and 6. Then he was in the eastern regions of the Russian Federation. On Friday, he allegedly attended a video conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. But even then, the faces of the politician were not shown in close-up.

Who is Patrushev?

Nikolai Patrushev has been the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation since 2008. In the period 1999 – 2008. he headed the FSB, succeeding Putin.

It is believed that the 70-year-old Patrushev is behind the strategy of the Russian army in Ukraine, and that he convinced Putin that Kyiv was overrun by neo-Nazis.


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