According to a story in Euro Weekly News, an attempt to kill Russian President Vladimir Putin has been unsuccessful. Putin was the target of the plot. On Wednesday, the material was reportedly made available on the General GVR Telegram channel.
The news site, on the other hand, claimed that the time of the attempted murder is unknown. Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February of this year, there have been persistent rumors circulating about Mr. Putin’s health and the possibility of a threat to his life.
As far as the Russian President is concerned, he revealed to the public in 2017 that he has been the target of at least five different attempts to have him killed. Euro Weekly said that an account on the Telegram channel stated that the left front wheel of Mr. Putin’s limousine was struck by a loud noise.
The publication also stated that the vehicle was immediately taken to safety even as smoke erupted from it. The Russian President was not hurt in the event, but the news site reported that a number of arrests had been made in connection with the matter.
Other news agencies, such as news.co.au, also reported about the incident. According to these other news outlets, Mr. Putin was traveling back to his official residence in a motorcade that was a ruse due to security concerns.
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According to an update that was posted on the channel and reported by the outlet, “On the way to the residence, a few kilometers away, the first escort car was blocked by an ambulance,” and “the second escort car drove around without stopping (due to the) sudden obstacle,” during the detour of the obstacle.
This information was gleaned from an update that was posted on the channel. This comes a week after a group of politicians from St. Petersburg appealed to the State Duma to bring charges of state treason against Mr. Putin and strip him of power.
They cited a series of reasons, including Russia’s military losses in Ukraine and the damage to Russia’s economy from Western sanctions. This latest development comes as a result of the State Duma’s refusal to bring those charges.
Another local deputy stated that a petition demanding Putin’s resignation that she released on Monday had received 65 signatures from municipal delegates from St. Petersburg, Moscow, and numerous other districts.