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Some specialists have noticed a strange way in which Russian President Vladimir Putin walks, where his left hand appears to be swinging while the right is stationary.

Specialists discovered after studying that Putin was working in the KGB (the Soviet intelligence agency), whose strict training is to keep the right hand steady in any case near the pocket to remove the weapon as quickly as possible in moments of extreme danger.

Putin in the KGB

The KGB – an abbreviated name for the State Security Committee in Russian – was well known during the late 1980s for its ingenuity in embezzling classified information and assassinating its enemies abroad, as well as crushing domestic opposition.

After the Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1991, and the sickle and gavel flag were removed from the Kremlin and replaced by the tricolor flag of the Russian Federation, the new head of state, Boris Yeltsin, disbanded the agency and divided its tasks over many other sectors of the new government.

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However, intelligence experts say the agency has never faded away; On the other hand, as intelligence agencies always do, it reappeared in the form of the Russian Federal Security Service, the FSB.

Today, with Vladimir Putin, a former KGB agent and head of the FSB headed by Vladimir Putin, the agency formerly called the KGB seems to have regained much of its old power.

This was confirmed by a veteran CIA official who served in Moscow in the 1990s and later became a deputy for Russia’s global program at the CIA’s headquarters?

This official is called John Sefer, who in turn said, “This is now Putin’s favorite tool.”

It is noteworthy that Putin joined the KGB in the mid-1970s and eventually rose to become head of the new FSB agency under Yeltsin, who succeeded him as Russia’s president in 2000.

The fact that Putin has Parkinson’s

It is noteworthy that news circulated previously that Putin has Parkinson’s disease and that he will step down from his post.

But Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said this was “absolute nonsense, everything is fine for the president.”

Peskov added that the Daily Mail report “is nothing to comment on, and the president is in good health.”

The British newspaper attributed its report to Professor Valery Solovy, a Russian political expert, who told a radio station in Moscow that Putin was under pressure from those around him to step down due to concerns about his health.

She indicated that Putin, 68, will leave the Russian presidency last January, due to his Parkinson’s disease, a disease that has no cure. It also reported that Putin’s mistress, former gymnast Alina Kabaeva, urged him to resign. And it quoted observers that the latest footage that monitors Putin’s movement showed that his legs appear to be in constant motion, and he appeared to suffer from pain while holding the armrest of a chair.

She added that it was noticed that his fingers were seen trembling when he was holding a pen, and a cup believed to contain a cocktail of painkillers.

The Russian President went out to a conference with the President of the Syrian regime, Bashar al-Assad, via video conference technology.

The Russian president appeared, placing his hand on the desk, and was moving it slowly and with few movements.

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