What’s going on with Putin’s foot? #Shorts #Short #Putin #Russia #shortvideo

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “What’s going on with Putin’s foot? #Shorts #Short #Putin #Russia #shortvideo” – below is their description.

New footage of Vladimir Putin bizarrely twisting his foot and seemingly struggling with jerky leg movements has further stoked rumours the Russian President may be experiencing a sharp decline in health.

The clip, taken yesterday as Putin met with his counterpart from Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon, showed the Russian leader’s left foot repeatedly raising and lowering as his knee collapsed inward.

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