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The OP explains Zelensky’s doubts that Putin is alive

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Putin is a fake man. And in Russia, they probably do not understand how to carry out the transfer of power.

Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Office of the President, called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “fake man”. He explained President Volodymyr Zelensky’s doubts that Putin was still alive. Podoliak commented here on Channel 24.

“People don’t go where Putin is. Putin is a fake person. And Zelensky completely doubts that he is still alive,” said Podolyak.

He added that at almost all events, Putin is no stranger, and sometimes only guards can be seen nearby. He added that on January 18, during Putin’s last public appearance, he laid flowers near one of the monuments in St. Petersburg alone.

“For me, we live in a world where Putin no longer exists. said.

Recall that on January 19, in a speech in Davos, Zelensky doubted that Putin was still alive.

“I’m not sure that the Russian president, who sometimes appears in chroma key, is him. I don’t quite understand if he’s alive,” the Ukrainian leader said.

In response, the Kremlin assured the presence of Putin, saying that Putin “is and will be.”

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