Sergey Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister, denied that President Vladimir Putin was sick on Sunday. He said that he had no symptoms. Russia is a closed country and President Putin's private life and health are taboo topics. They are almost never spoken of publicly.
Sergei Lavrov responded to a question by TF1: "I don’t believe that a smart person can see (in this person) any signs or diseases." any". Sergei Lavrov noted that Vladimir Putin, who turns 70 this October, is seen in public "daily".
He said, "You can see him on the screen, listen to or read his speeches," "I leave those who spread such false rumors to their conscience, despite all the opportunities they have to do so."
Vladimir Putin, who has been in power for over two decades, launched an attack in Ukraine on February 24, killing thousands. This caused Europe's worst refugee crisis and led to unprecedented Western sanctions.