World: One of Vladimir Putin's officials urgently taken to the hospital after a suspicion of poisoning

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Anatoly Chubais was quickly led to the emergency room after feeling a stiffness in the arms and legs.

  Un des fonctionnaires de Vladimir Poutine emmené de toute urgence à l’hôpital après une suspicion d’empoisonnement © supplied by Bang Showbiz

One of the officials of Vladimir Putin was urgently taken to hospital after a suspicion of poisoning a few months after he left Russia.

Anatoly Chubais was quickly led to the emergency room after feeling a stiffness in the arms and legs.

It was the former journalist and presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak who reported the facts.

The 67 -year -old man first received a diagnosis of Guillain -Barré syndrome - a rare disease that attacks the nerves - but the investigators did not put aside the hypothesis of poisoning while recently Enemies of the Russian president were poisoned.

Sobchak wrote: “The piece where Chubais was when he felt bad was examined by specialists in chemical protection combination. And the police questioned all witnesses.

His wife, Avdotya Smirnova, said that her husband's condition was "unstable".

She added: "It became worse, suddenly the arms and legs fell.

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