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Vladimir Putin right-hand man Nikolai Patrushev survives poison assassination attempt, according to ‘Kremlin insiders’

A shocking new claim says that Vladimir Putin’s de facto right-hand man Nikolai Patrushev was poisoned in an attempt to kill him but he survives.



A shocking new claim says that Vladimir Putin’s de facto right-hand man Nikolai Patrushev was poisoned in an attempt to kill him.

Former FSB director and Kremlin security council secretary Nikolai Patrushev, 71, is said to have been brought to the hospital recently after becoming ill.

According to the dissident Russian Telegram channel General SVR, which claims to be run by a former Kremlin representative with insider information, toxicology test findings showed Patrushev had been exposed to a “synthetic poison,” albeit he ultimately survived the assassination attempt.

The former FSB head is credited with orchestrating the war in Ukraine and is often regarded as the person Putin deputizes when he needs medical attention.

Dmitry, his 44-year-old son, is Russia’s agricultural minister and is seen by some experts as Putin’s future successor.

Alina Kabaeva, a former Olympic gymnast and generally believed to be Vladimir Putin’s lover, is reportedly expecting a daughter with the aggressive Russian leader, just as the same channel stated that Putin is expecting a daughter with Kabaeva.

According to the Telegram channel, which cited anonymous sources within the Kremlin, there was a recent attempt made on the life of Nikolai Patrushev, who serves as the secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.

“Both the assassination attempt and the investigation into it are kept secret.

It is well knowledge that Nikolai Patrushev experienced symptoms of illness in the late afternoon or early evening, shortly after returning home from work. The security staff responded fast and immediately dispatched a medical team to attend to him.

Patrushev was carried home after assistance was rendered, and his condition was reported to be stable. The findings of his investigation demonstrated unequivocally that the poisonous material in question was a man-made toxin.

According to the information presented in the study, Patrushev ‘was saved by early medical care and, possibly, by an insufficiently high quantity of the toxic material that entered the body through the skin.’

It was said that Putin didn’t find out about the attack until “Patrushev’s life was no longer in danger.”

“It remains to be seen who was behind the assassination attempt, what the motives were, and how it was possible in general to plan and carry out an assassination attempt on a person with so much power.”

The station referred to infighting inside Putin’s circle and said, ‘This is only the beginning of a huge elite redistribution.’

Patrushev was reportedly spotted on July 5 and 6 in Russia’s eastern areas. However, he had not been seen in public since that time until he apparently attended a broadcasted video conference of Russian authorities on Friday, although he was not shown clearly in the broadcast.

He did not make his appearance until Friday, when he was reportedly present at a meeting of the security council; nevertheless, he was not displayed in any obvious capacity.

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