NewsKremlin showed the recording. Putin has done it again

Kremlin showed the recording. Putin has done it again

Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin
Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin
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12:09 PM EDT, October 27, 2023

In recent days, President Putin has been surprisingly active. Or at least, that is the image being projected by the media. One meeting in particular has garnered special attention. It certainly wasn't an easy event to overlook. And this isn't the first time such a phenomenon has occurred.

Many reports originating from Russian media or government representatives often include elements of propaganda. These narratives play an integral role in the information warfare waged by the Russian Federation.

On Wednesday, Vladimir Putin received representatives of various religions in the grand Yekaterininsky Hall of the Kremlin. Putin's interaction with the guests was notably attentive.

The table around which Putin and his guests sit has previously drawn attention. For this meeting, an interesting seating arrangement was observed; 13 people were seated on one side of the expansive table and only Putin was seated on the other.

The footage reveals Putin entering the room, gesturing with a hand to instruct his guests to remain seated.

"I wanted to discuss developments in the Middle East, as well as other global regions. However, my primary focus is the Middle East due to its impact on our nation," said Putin.

"Meeting at the Kremlin"
"Meeting at the Kremlin"© PAP | PAP/EPA/SERGEY GUNEEV/SPUTNIK/KREMLIN POOL

“With tremendous concern and sorrow, we are closely following the tragic events in the Holy Land. This region is revered by Christians, Muslims, Jews - followers of the largest traditional religions worldwide,” he continued.

Concerns surround Putin's health

Recently, there has been a surge in reports indicating Putin's failing health. There have even been suggestions of a heart attack, leaving him in a critical state. “The President only chuckles at such media reports," commented Dmitry Peskov. "Vladimir Putin is absolutely fine and has not been substituted by stand-ins," stated the Kremlin's spokesperson.

For an individual reportedly in poor health, Putin has demonstrated astounding activity in recent times. Although, the credibility of some of these reports is contentious.

On Wednesday, it was expected that Vladimir Putin would personally oversee the nuclear tests carried out by the Russian Ministry of Defense. After successful completion, the supposed ability to execute a massive retaliatory nuclear strike from land, sea, and air was confirmed.

Many reports issued by Russian media or government representatives employ components of propaganda. These are integral to the wider information war led by the Russian Federation.

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