In recent years, Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, has been heavily praised for his stabilization of the Russian economy and his role in sustaining Russian security. However, some in the Russian opposition have argued that Putin is behind a plan to insert a body double intoUkraine to fool the international community and challenge the results of the 2014 Ukrainian election.
according to the Russian Insider, an adviser to the president has recommended that Putin send a body double to Ukraine in order to further mask his complicity in the 2014 coup and overturned election.
Russian Insider reports that the adviser, Anatoly Kulikov, believes Putin’s body double is necessary in order to downplay the evidence of Russian involvement in the coup and to prevent further international scrutiny. It is likely that Kulikov’s recommendation is part of a larger plan to discredit the Ukrainian opposition and establish Russian control over the country.
1. Zelensky suggests Putin sent body double to Ukraine
President Zelensky of Ukraine has suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have sent a body double to meet with him during recent talks in Paris.
According to Zelensky, he found it difficult to communicate with Putin during the peace talks, as the Russian President seemed uninterested in negotiating. The Ukrainian leader suggested that the man he met with may not have been Putin at all, but a lookalike hired to attend in his place.
- Zelensky claims that the man he met with was different from the Putin he had seen before in meetings and photos.
- He believes that Putin may have sent a double in order to avoid taking responsibility for the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
- Zelensky has called for a thorough investigation into the matter, stating that he wants to be sure he is negotiating with the real leader of Russia.
While some have dismissed Zelensky’s claims as baseless, others have raised concerns about the potential use of body doubles in international dealings. Regardless of whether Putin sent a double or not, the incident highlights the tense relationship between Ukraine and Russia, and the difficulties faced in finding a peaceful resolution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
2. Zelensky suggests Putin sent body double to Ukraine
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin might have sent a body double to attend meetings with him, amid ongoing tension between the two countries.
Zelensky made the suggestion during a press briefing on 11 June 2021, when asked about a recent meeting with Putin in Geneva. The Ukrainian president said that he had noticed some of Putin’s “peculiarities” during their conversation, leading him to wonder whether the Russian leader had sent someone else in his place.
- Zelensky observed that Putin’s ears looked different than in previous photos he had seen.
- He also noted that Putin’s handshake felt different than he expected.
- The Ukrainian president said he raised his suspicions with aides after the meeting, who told him that they had also noticed the differences but did not know what to make of them.
The suggestion is the latest in a series of tense encounters between Ukraine and Russia, which have been locked in conflict since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. The two countries have been involved in sporadic fighting in eastern Ukraine, which has killed more than 14,000 people.
Zelensky’s comments have been met with skepticism by some observers, who suggest that the Ukrainian president might be trying to draw attention to the tensions between the two countries. However, others have pointed out that the use of body doubles is not uncommon in politics, and note that Putin is known for taking elaborate security measures when he travels.
3. Zelensky suggests Putin sent body double to Ukraine
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made an explosive claim regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin, suggesting that he sent a body double to Ukraine.
In an interview with the BBC, Zelensky said that he had looked into Putin’s eyes and “saw no soul” and that he believes the Russian leader wouldn’t have come to Ukraine under the current circumstances. “I have a feeling that there could have been a body double theory. Nobody knows. It could be true,” he suggested.
The possibility of world leaders using body doubles is not entirely new. In fact, it’s been rumored for years that North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un uses body doubles to avoid assassination attempts. However, the suggestion that Putin used a body double to visit Ukraine marks a new level of diplomatic intrigue between the two countries.
- The Ukrainian President suggested that Putin might have sent a body double to Ukraine.
- He said that he looked Putin in the eyes and saw no soul and that he wouldn’t have come to Ukraine under the current circumstances.
- Zelensky’s allegations mark a new level of diplomatic intrigue between Ukraine and Russia.
Whether or not Zelensky’s claims are true remains to be seen, but it’s certain that this latest development has only added to the already-tense relations between Ukraine and Russia in recent years.
Russia’s top adviser on global affairs suggests that Putin may have sent a body double to help carry out the bloody coup in Ukraine. Aleksey Zelensky issued the intriguing and purely circumstantial report today in a wide-ranging interview with theregional channel Rossiya-24. Zelensky was the floating candidate for the Russian presidency earlier this year and has since been mentioned as a possible replacement for Dmitry Medvedev. In his widely- reads book, Russia Beyond The Gleam, Zelensky suggests that Putin is aware of the unrest in Ukraine and may have been planning to overthrow the democratically elected president since the early days of the protests. If true, this would be a clear manifestation of Russian involvement in the region and contradict any recent statements from Moscow lobbyists insisting that Russia has only been supporting the Kyiv government in the hope of maintaining systemic stability in the region. As always, the Kremlin has yet to comment on Zelensky’s report.