In its campaign against Ukraine, Russia has had a difficult time. In addition to their military difficulties, there have been fires at two oil tank farms and the defense industry.
There have been concerns voiced in the past concerning Vladimir Putin’s health and how it could be influencing his choice to go to war with Ukraine.
Putin is hailing Russia's "liberation" of Mariupol after his forces completely destroyed during a two-month siege.— max seddon (@maxseddon) April 21, 2022
He told defense minister Sergei Shoigu to block off the Azovstal metallurgical plant, where the last Ukrainian troops are holed up, "so that a fly can't get in." pic.twitter.com/g2lNd44qXF
However, video from an Orthodox Easter service in Moscow on Sunday has prompted additional inquiries.
In Christ the Savior Cathedral, he appears beside Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
There were also issues raised by other videos that are circulating online, ncluding one from last week showing Putin clutching onto the table and seeming obese during a meeting with his military minister, Sergei Shoigu. Throughout the meeting, his right leg and foot are continually moving.
Many suspected it after his weird meeting sign Shoigu, during which he held on to the table for 13 minutes.— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) April 24, 2022
This is probably the clearest video of something being wrong with Putin’s health.
Look at his leg & hand tremors!
Any doctor out there willing to weigh in?
There was also this previous video, which has sparked considerable controversy, despite the fact that the footage is not clear.
Putin has previously denied any knowledge of Parkinson’s disease.
After photographs released by the Kremlin resembled images from last year, questions have been raised over whether Russian President Vladimir Putin actually attended an Orthodox Easter service in Moscow this past weekend. The photos, which were allegedly shot a year apart, appear to show Putin wearing the same suit and looking quite identical, with the only visible change being the color of his tie.
Opposition media in Russia and Ukraine have pounced on photographs and video footage from the event, implying that the new recordings were forged from last year’s service on May 2, 2021.