Vladimir Putin almost died? Ukrainians allegedly targeted Russian leader in assassination attempt

vladimir-putin-almost-died-ukrainians-allegedly-targeted-russian-leader-in-assassination-attempt Russia's President Vladimir Putin gestures during a meeting with France's President Emmanuel Macron (out of frame) in the sidelines of the G20 Leaders' Summit in Buenos Aires, on November 30, 2018. - Global leaders gather in the Argentine capital for a two-day G20 summit beginning on Friday likely to be dominated by simmering international tensions over trade. (Photo by Ludovic MARIN / AFP) (Photo credit should read LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images)

Vladimir Putin and his aide, Alexander Dugin, narrowly evaded an assassination attempt that claimed Darya Dugin’s life.

According to Radar Online, Putin and Dugin were meant to utilize the vehicle that delivered Darya, but they instead used a different vehicle. Darya used the automobile intended for his father and the Russian commander and was therefore murdered by a bomb hidden beneath the vehicle.

A source claims that Dugin was caught looking at the burning automobile after realizing his daughter was inside.

As a result of the unfortunate tragedy, Russians are asking Putin to conduct a second strike on Ukraine, as it is believed that Ukrainians put the bomb in the truck.

The Ukraine citizens apparently desired Putin’s death, especially in light of what he had done to them in recent months.

Andrey Krasnov, Darya’s acquaintance, stated that she personally knew the 35-year-old. He further verified that the vehicle utilized by Darya was intended for her father and Putin.

He said:

“This was the father’s vehicle. Darya… took his car today, while Alexander went in a different way. He returned, and he was at the site of the tragedy. As far as I understand, Alexander or probably both of them were the target.”

Authorities are presently conducting an investigation to determine whether or not the allegations are accurate. If so, Russian officers will undoubtedly increase Putin’s protection, as he is a target for his opponents.

In addition to the failed murder attempt, Putin has been in the news for his claimed health issues.

Last week, Globe reported that Putin was observed limping and having difficulty using his arm.

Several weeks ago, another tabloid said that Putin had lost his grip and is having difficulty walking.

The Russian leader was purportedly observed with a bloated face at one point, which might indicate that he has been having chemotherapy for his disease.

None of these rumors are real, though. Putin is in good health. And if he is not, it will be his advisers who announce the news to the world.

There is currently no evidence that Putin was the intended target of the botched assassination attempt or that Ukrainians were responsible for it.