Vladimir Putin survived 'unsuccessful assassination attempt' just days into Ukraine war


Kyrylo Budanov, the country’s Chief of Defence Intelligence, claimed there was an “unsuccessful attempt” against the Russian President’s life around two months ago. He told Ukrainian Pravda: “Putin was assassinated. He was even attacked in the line of, as they say, representatives of the Caucasus not so long ago.

“This is non-public information.

“Absolutely unsuccessful attempt, but it really took place. It was about two months ago.”

“Once again, he was unsuccessful.

“There is no publicity about this event, but it took place.”

The outlet said the full conversation with the head of military intelligence will be published tomorrow. 

Reports have been swirling during recrent weeks that Putin is suffering from a serious illness, possibly cancer.

Mr Budanov recently fuelled the rumours about the Russian President’s health, saying he is in a “very bad psychological and physical condition and he is very sick”.

He said a “breaking point” in the war between the two countries will come later in August, with “most of the active combat actions” over before the end of the year.

Speaking to Sky News earlier this month, the Chief of Defence Intelligence said: “The breaking point will be in the second part of August.

“Most of the active combat actions will have finished by the end of this year.

“As a result, we will renew Ukrainian power in all our territories that we have lost including Donbas and the Crimea.”

He added: “It will eventually lead to the change of leadership of the Russian Federation.

“This process has already been launched and they are moving into that way.”



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