Putin's "death" is a pre-election technology - Ukraine's top security official
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov said that the fake news about the alleged death of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is part of the election campaign
He said this during a TV marathon.
Danilov believes that such rumors are a special operation of the Kremlin, which is preparing Putin's election campaign.
He reminded that in March 2024, Russia will hold elections in which the dictator Vladimir Putin is expected to "win."
"Now, according to the technologies they are creating in this way, they are attracting attention to him, and then, just as Christ rose, so they have Putin to resurrect and start a tour of all of Russia," Danilov said.
The NSDC Secretary emphasized that eventually Putin will die. He also added that such a process will soon take place.
- In January, it was reported that the Kremlin had begun preparations for the 2024 elections with Putin's participation.
- Later, the Kremlin had decided on the candidates who would compete with Putin in the presidential election. The main criterion is to be at least 50 years old.
- Analysts at the US Institute for the Study of War believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to announce his presidential campaign in November 2023, with minimal mention of the war in Ukraine.
- Kadyrov suggested canceling the presidential election in Russia or holding it with one candidate.
- On October 26, one of the anonymous Russian Telegram channels posted a message about Putin's death.