Kadyrov put into an induced coma, doctors urgently called from UAE: new information about the Chechen leader's condition
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, may have been put into an artificial coma. The reason for this is the rejection of the transplanted kidney, which began a few days ago.
This information was shared on Twitter by Leonid Nevzlin, former vice president of the Russian Yukos oil company. He believes that the politician's kidney could have been transplanted in the United Arab Emirates by local doctors who have been treating Putin's accomplice for at least a year and a half.
"In any case, according to the protocol, he was put into an artificial coma. Then - I can't guarantee this - doctors at the Central Clinical Hospital [Moscow Central Clinical Hospital] diagnosed brain death. They urgently called doctors from the Emirates. They are there, and they are already treating him," the Russian wrote.
According to him, Kadyrov is in a separate block with security, where he was visited by his close associates.
"I cannot rule out both the game of 'death' in favor of the Kremlin and the real death of Kadyrov," Nevzlin added.
The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine said that Kadyrov's health condition has deteriorated significantly. He was allegedly in a coma for several days.
According to our publication, the head of Chechnya could have undergone a kidney transplant, but the organ was rejected. According to some reports, Vladimir Putin's henchman is in critical condition in one of Moscow's clinics.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported:
- The Institute for the Study of War believes that the continued concern about Kadyrov's condition online indicates Putin's dependence on Kadyrov to maintain stability in Chechnya.
- On September 17, unusual activity was observed near the Central Clinical Hospital in Moscow, where the Chechen leader could have been hospitalized.