Putin fell into a coma after an unsuccessful operation, and the Kremlin is urgently developing a scenario for the transfer of power

 OBOZREVATEL had information received from intelligence about the deterioration of the health of the Russian dictator – allegedly after an unsuccessful surgical intervention to remove a cancerous tumor, Vladimir Putin fell into a coma. The special services, citing their sources in the Kremlin, reported that Putin's entourage began to prepare for the so-called "transit of power"—to look for a successor to the "throne". Whether this is true or not, it will be possible to check very soon when the Kremlin will comment on the refusal of negotiations between Ukraine and the Russian Federation at the presidential level.

According to intelligence, the President of the Russian Federation is in intensive care, where his vital activity is supported by artificial life support systems. Putin allegedly showed all the signs of inhibition of the reflexes of the brain stem; his body does not respond to pain.

The head of the Russian Federation is in a state of destructive coma, intelligence sources report.

In all likelihood, the dictator's entourage decided to hide information about Putin's condition. They plan to keep everyone in the dark until the Kremlin determines who will succeed as the president of the Russian Federation.

Until then, his double will appear in public instead of the Russian leader, which will allow you to create the right image for the media.

It is expected that in the near future, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov may appeal to Turkish President Recep Erdogan with a request that he announce the long-awaited meeting between Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, which the Turkish leader will also have to attend.

However, according to sources, according to the Kremlin's plan, this meeting will not take place as a result – the Russian Federation does not want to risk revealing Putin's substitution by a double.

Russia intends to blame Ukraine, its allegedly unconstructive position, and Vladimir Zelensky for the disruption of this yet-to-be-announced meeting. To do this, our country will be put forward with conditions that are obviously unacceptable to Ukraine.

Note that this information needs to be confirmed.

As OBOZREVATEL reported, Turkish President Recep Erdogan plans to hold talks with the Presidents of Ukraine and Russia, Vladimir Zelensky and Vladimir Putin. They are due to take place this week and will concern the unblocking of Ukrainian grain exports by sea.