President Vladimir Putin, in the midst Russia’s war on Ukraine, decided to send his family members to a high tech bunker in the Ongudaysky region. In the Siberian Altai Republic, high in the mountains. Valery Solovey, a historian, political scientist and former head of Public Relations Department of Moscow State Institute of International Relations, stated the following.
The shelter was constructed to withstand a nuclear attack. “In fact, it is not a bunker, but an entire underground city, equipped with the latest science and technology”Solovey said so, according the ‘Daily Mail. This is added to statements that would cast doubt on the success that the Russian president expected with his invasion of Ukraine: “Putin had planned to declare the complete and indisputable military victory of the Russian troops on the night of Sunday, February 27, and announce the end or the near end of the so-called ‘special operation’.
“As is known, not a single objective of the Russian invasion of Ukraine was achieved,” Solovey explained in a video collected by the aforementioned British newspaper. According to some, the political scientist claims to have made contacts with the Kremlin. Gazprom constructed a large building in the area 10 years ago.Russia’s largest gas company. It is located in Siberia near Mongolia, China, Kazakhstan, and China.
Solovey is well known for his vivid predictions and affirmationsHe claimed that Putin has a secret illness that he keeps from the public. Many have referred to the professor as a conspiracist or prankster. Russian authorities interrogated him last week for seven hours about allegations he made regarding Putin’s mental and medical condition via the Telegram channel he runs. According to his account, the Russian President has participated in rare shamanic rituals with Sergey Shoigu his Defense Minister.
In 2016, a prime example of his theories was shown.He told the Moskovsky Komsomolets daily, however, that Putin would not be reappointed in his post. This newspaper however decided to delete the publication. Solovey was also subject to censorship. Ekho Moskvy radio didn’t publish a conversation with Solovey in March 2020 when the pandemic struck the entire globe. He estimated that the death toll due to covid-19 was far greater than what Russian authorities reported.
Some media outlets claim that It is possible to hide the maximum president currently also in this anti-nuclear shelter Among the alleged tenants could be his two official daughters, María and Katia. The identities of both are not known to the public. They do use other identities as security. A second member of the family would be in the bunker, a presumed grandson. The Russian press claims that he does.
They also pointed out that Alina Kavaeva, an Olympic gymnastics champion, who has been closely linked to Putin since 2008 would be hiding there with the supposed twin boys of the family. One of Putin’s descendants would also be there:Luiza Rozova (18 years old), a heiress better known as Elizaveta Krivonogikh. Her mother was a maid of honor to a former cleaning worker. She became a billionaire when she married Svetlana Crivonogikh, now 45, and co-owner of a large Russian bank.