Putin’s coup is underway and ‘can’t be stopped’, said Ukrainian military intelligence chief


  • A coup d’état to overthrow Russian President Vladimir Putin is underway, the chief of Ukrainian military intelligence said.
  • Major General Kyrylo Budanov told Sky News that the coup “can’t be stopped”.
  • Budanov said that the Russian leader “is in very bad psychological and physical condition”.

A coup d’état to overthrow Russian President Vladimir Putin is ongoing and unstoppable, the chief of Ukrainian military intelligence said.

speaking sky news, Major-General Kirillo Budanov said Russia’s military defeat would lead to Putin’s ouster and eventual collapse of the state.

According to Sky News, Budanov “will eventually lead to a leadership change in the Russian Federation”. “This process has already started.”

Budanov said Sky News international affairs editor Dominic Waghorn said “yes” if this meant a coup d’état attempt was currently underway.

“It’s moving in this direction, so we can’t stop it,” he added.

Insiders have reported that Putin has made his regime “anti-coup d’état” for decades, although all the grievances that have traditionally fueled a coup in Russia before are in place.

Insiders report that poor military performance, shaky morale and a difficult economy make a coup d’état against the Russian dictator more likely, but the presence of the FSB, FSO and The Rosgvardia play a role in protecting him.

In an exclusive interview with Sky News, Budanov claimed that Putin was “in very bad mental and physical condition and very sick.”

As follows report An unknown Russian oligarch with close ties to the Kremlin is documented as saying that Putin “has blood cancer.”

there was lots of guesses About whether the Russian leader is unwell. video footage An appearance of Putin shaking “out of control” appeared in late April, sparking suggestions that he may have Parkinson’s.

Critics also noted that his abnormally swollen face As well as indications and possible diseases of steroid use Use blankets to keep warm Last week at the Russian Victory Day parade.

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