Influential members of the Russian elite are plotting to take out planning to poison Vladimir Putin by poisoning him, Ukrainian intelligence officials have claimed.
Moscow insiders have hatched a plan to remove the president according to the Chief Directorate of Intelligence at Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence.
The group hopes to oust Putin as soon as possible and renew economic ties with the West after the invasion of Ukraine led to crippling sanctions on Russia. Kremlin leaders after the war unleashed catastrophic consequences for both. Ukraine and Russia.
Spy chief Oleksandr Bortnikov, head of the. FSB agency is thought to have been lined up as. planning to poison Putin
Once atop the sidekick of the president. The Chief Directorate of Intelligence said: ‘It is known that. Bortnikov and some other influential representatives of the Russian elite are considering various options to remove Putin from power.
Putin is in ‘total panic’ about the prospect of the pro-democracy uprising, Johnson said.
Russia’s unjustified attack on its neighbor led to sanctions on Russian oligarchs including Roman Abramovich – plunging Chelsea F.C into turmoil.
In London, activists broke into a £25million Belgravia property linked to Oleg Deripaska, a businessman hit by sanctions due to his ties to Putin.
A Western source reportedly told the Daily Mirror: ‘There is no doubt that as the. Russian elite feels the pinch of sanctions, they will look at the future with an eye on what a catastrophe this war is for them – and it’s going to get worse.
Putin is becoming ‘increasingly desperate’ after his attempt to conquer. Ukraine did not go according to plan – as Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, vowed never to submit to Russian aggression.
Since Russia’s invasion of. Ukraine began on February 24, the country has suffered. Widespread damages and loss of life amid a major bombing campaign.
Millions of people have fled, as Ukrainian cities face shortages of food. Water, heat, and medicine – with thousands of. British people opened up their homes. Ukrainian refugees.