For Veteran Russian life, Doctors are fighting. He was a nationalist politician. The speaker of Russia’s lower house of parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, said he is in grave condition but could still recover on Friday. On social media, Volodin made the statement after an erroneous media report suggested that Zhirinovsky, a 75-year-old senior lawmaker whose anti-Western tirades have kept him in the public eye for more than three decades, had died. Russian State Duma speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said that Vladimir Zhirinovsky is alive, contradicting a report on local media published that the 75-year-old firebrand politician had died.
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On 25 March, at a Moscow hospital in the state, TASS news agency Volodin was quoted as saying that Zhirinovsky was in serious condition where he was from early February after testing positive for COVID-19 and developing pneumonia. ” Russia’s Ministry of Health added in a statement saying doctors continues a medical assistance in this situation. “Zhirinovsky’s condition is assessed as stable. Zhirinovsky’s Liberal Democratic Party also denied the report, saying it “categorically refuted” the “false” report.
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The RIA Novosti state news agency commented after minutes of Volodin’s comments. After being in a coma from the previous 24 hours, he had died at 10:45 a.m local time, Said by the Senator Aleksandr Pronyushkin in a post on Telegram that Zhirinovsky, whose political rise in the early 1990s frightened the West and underscored the fragility of democracy in the immediate post-Soviet period.
On 25 March Said by Denisova that 402,000 people, including 84,000 children, had been taken against their will to Russia, some may be used as “hostages” to press Ukraine to give up. Who claimed that they wanted to go to Russia? The Kremlin gave nearly identical numbers for those who have been relocated.
Taking people’s passports and moving them to “filtration camps” in Ukraine’s said by the Ukrainian officials and separatist-held east before sending them to various distant places, economically depressed areas in Russia. Among those taken, Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry claimed were 6,000 residents of Mariupol, the besieged port city in the country’s southeast. In addition, Russian troops were confiscating identity documents from an additional 15,000 people in a section of Mariupol under their control, the ministry said.