Wind has turned: Putin organises his escape plan

Wind has turned: Putin organises his escape plan

In the event of a defeat in Ukraine, Russia's No 1 has everything planned to flee the country. Some detailed escape routes were revealed by the Daily Mail a few weeks ago, and now seem increasingly realistic thanks to the help of NATO weapons.

‘Noah's Ark’ is Putin's plan to flee to Venezuela if he loses the war in Ukraine. A likely destination, given Putin's good relationship with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.

However, Venezuela and the ‘Noah's Ark’ plan are just one of the supposed options Putin might choose if he were to escape.

The Daily Mail also points to Syria as a possible host country for Putin's exile. Plan B, if the Syria plan is not feasible, the other option could be Iran.

The Daily Mail claims that Russian intelligence services have already met and negotiated with Iran over the details of Putin's escape plan.

(SR and FM for Tagtik/Source: Daily Mail/Picture: Pixabay)

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