Sergei Kuzhugetovich Shoigu is a Russian politician
and army general who has served as Russia’s Minister of Defense since 2012. He was previously the country’s Minister of Defense. For the past two years, he has presided over the Commonwealth of Independent States’ Council of Defense Ministers as its chairman.
From 1991 to 2012, he served as the minister in charge of emergency circumstances. In 2012, he served for a brief period as the governor of Moscow Oblast. Shoigu is a close confidant and ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and he is a member of Putin’s inner circle, known as the siloviki.
According to some reports, Shoigu is a Buddhist or a Shaman who practices either Buddhism or Shamanism. Shoigu, on the other hand, claimed in 2008 that he was baptized in the Russian Orthodox Church when he was five years old.
According to The Siberian Times, Shoigu is known for being able to communicate fluently in eight other languages, including English, Japanese, Chinese, Tuvan, and Turkish, in addition to Russian.
Russian Minister Missing Update And Whereabouts Now
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Sergei Shoigu, the Russian Defense Minister, disappeared from public view for a period of 12 days in March. However, Shoigu, a key adviser and close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was nowhere to be found in Ukraine when his troops were engaged in combat and dying.
Shoigu was shown leading a meeting on military acquisition in an official video released by the Defense Ministry shortly after. A group of approximately a dozen senior defense officials, including the chairman of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, Valery Gerasimov, gathered around him at the head of the table.
Despite the fact that the Russian military campaign in Ukraine is still ongoing, his absence from the public realm had fueled rumors. His brief appearance on television did little to dispel the rumors, which continue to circulate.
Did Sergei Shoigu die? Was He Fired Or Poisoned To Death?
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No information has been released about Sergei Shoigu’s death, including if he was poisoned or shot, according to reliable sources. However, he is said to have suffered a heart attack, according to a Ukrainian government advisor, after being accused by his ally, President Vladimir Putin, of the invasion’s failure to achieve its objectives.
Anton Gerashchenko, a Ukrainian interior ministry employee, said on Facebook that Shoigu – who has not been seen in public since March 11 – had experienced a medical crisis as a result of a disagreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Kremlin has been accused of fabricating a video showing Shoigu participating in a video conference conversation with Putin on March 24th.
On a video split screen set up in front of Putin as the Russian President addressed his Security Conference, a picture of Shoigu appears strangely in the top left-hand corner of the screen, according to footage posted by the state-run RIA news agency.
Even if every other official appears clearly on the screen from the beginning of the call, his screen is blank for a few seconds just before an image of Shoigu appears, and his image shakes about for a few seconds just before he sees Shoigu’s image.