Russian President's spokesman said the rumors about Russian leader Vladimir Putin's health problems were nonsense.
According to him, those who disseminate this information could ask, and the Kremlin would answer them. The day before, he had already responded to a question about some media publications regarding Putin's allegedly close people. Peskov noted then that the informational stuffing against the President of the Russian Federation would continue, although it did not reach the goal. The Kremlin knows who is behind it, so they know that it will continue, RIA Novosti reports.
As for health - well, that's nonsense. There is no decency at all. Well, at least, they could ask, and we would have answered, the spokesman said.
According to him, such publications and various investigations about Putin's entourage are 'a compilation of multiple rumors.'
NEWS.ru reported earlier that Putin would hold a government session on December 9.