It’s probably not this year that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine will end… Vladimir Putin doesn’t seem to want to let go, just like his counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky. A conflict that worries more and more in the world. Especially since the Russian Head of State is the subject of various rumors that may explain his stubborn side. In addition to rumors of cancer, the hypothesis of mental disorders is on the table, even on the side of Russia. Mental disorders that can find their origin in the past of Vladimir Putin. Especially when he had some setbacks with a woman.
Indeed, our colleagues from Point became interested in a book, “First person”which examines the secret life of the Russian Head of State, with the agreement of the latter as noted Gala. A book in which the mysterious woman is mentioned in the interviews published in “First person”between the President of Russia and three journalists from his country published in 2000. In particular when Vladimir Putin shares his “personal rules”. “One of them is to never regret anything. […] As soon as we start to have regrets, we are diluted”he reportedly told reporters.
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Vladimir Putin, dropped by a woman
In fact, the Russian Head of State tries to forget the setbacks of the past in order to have no regrets. And this technique, he seems to have used it for his very first marriage… failed. Because yes, before Lioudmila, a namesake entered her life: Ludmila. “Putin had a long love affair with a young doctor also named Ludmila”explains Le Point.
Our colleagues also specify that their story is shattered, just before their marriage. “As they were about to get married, the couple broke up. Putin refuses to speak clearly to journalists”, we learn. Sergei Roldugin, an oligarch close to Vladimir Putin, even assures that he would have some “suffered” and also reveals: “At the time, I saw that he… that we… that he was very sentimental, but that his feelings, he did not know how to express them”. A facet of his personality that seems to have faded over time.