"According to our data, the data from Moscow, he is really undergoing rehab therapy. He has a minor illness, and in a few days, I think, he will be on air and will prove that he had nothing despite what Peskov said. But he is really ill, I state it relying on our data. It is not a death illness, so he'll still plan all operations on Ukraine, and we need to be prepared for it," said Malomuzh.
It should be recalled that Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin reported that the Russian leader did not appear in public, because he had a busy schedule due to the crisis. However, later Peskov said that Putin would visit Astana next week.
"Sometimes he is more open, sometimes less. But it does not mean that he gives up his tradition of being a workaholic. So it's a continuation of the tradition, and his work schedule is very busy," says Peskov.
It should be noted that on March 11, Reuters news agency reported that the Russian president canceled a visit to Kazakhstan due to acute illness.