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Putin is terminally ill with cancer and will die soon – Budanov

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from 24 Канал – Всі новини.

Kirill Budanov stated this in an interview. According to him, the Kremlin dictator is terminally ill with cancer.

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Putin will die after the end of the war

The head of the Main Intelligence Directorate, Kirill Budanov, is convinced that the Kremlin dictator will die in the near future, since he has been ill for quite a long time. The dictator has cancer.

After Putin’s death, according to Budanov, the process of transition to power will begin in Russia. However, in response to a reporter’s question about whether the dictator’s death would end the war, the intelligence chief said Putin would die after Ukraine’s victory because the war must end before he dies.

This war must end before he dies,
” Budanov stressed.

The journalist also asked Budanov where the information came from that dictator Putin was ill. To this he replied: information from sources close to Putin.

When Ukraine wins the war

Kirill Budanov has already made a forecast for Ukraine in 2023 , from which it can be assumed when the Russian dictator dies. According to Budanov, good news awaits us in the second half of this year or closer to its end, and the year will bring us victory and joy. If the head of intelligence meant that good news is a victory, then the end of the Russian dictator could also come towards the end of 2023, for example, in the fall.

In addition, Budanov noted that everything will not end with the victory of Ukraine, because after it many interesting processes will begin. The head of intelligence did not specify what processes he was talking about, but the likely change of power in Russia could be one of them.

It should also be noted that Kirill Budanov clarified that a victory for Ukraine would be access to the internationally recognized borders of 1991.