Putin escape bid: Desperate Russian president's secret 'Noah's Ark' plan to flee to ARGENTINA if regime falls

Details of Vladimir Putin’s alleged escape plan that will be used if his regime falls have been released.
Details of Vladimir Putin’s alleged escape plan that will be used if his regime falls have been released.

One of Putin’s closest allies, Igor Sechin who is head of a state oil company is said to be overseeing the plans as they are drawn up

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Details of Vladimir Putin’s alleged escape plan that will be used if his regime falls have been released.

The Russian President’s annual press conference, which is vital for promoting his image as a powerful leader was cancelled over concerns his opponents could derail the event.

A political analyst who has previously written speeches for Putin said that a Kremlin source revealed a plot to him that involved fleeing to Argentina or Venezuela.
A political analyst who has previously written speeches for Putin said that a Kremlin source revealed a plot to him that involved fleeing to Argentina or Venezuela.

Russian political scientist Yekaterina Schulmann told The Times: “These events are all necessary for a sense of stability. People are already in a desperate state of mind.”

A political analyst who has previously written speeches for Putin said that a Kremlin source revealed a plot to him that involved fleeing to Argentina or Venezuela.

The plan has been given the name “Noah’s Ark” and it is believed it will be carried out if the country falls to Ukraine.

Abbas Gallyamov wrote on Telegram: “[Putin's] entourage has not ruled out that he will lose the war, be stripped of power, and have to urgently evacuate somewhere."

No details of Putin's location have been reported.
No details of Putin's location have been reported.

One of Putin’s closest allies, Igor Sechin who is head of a state oil company is said to be overseeing the plans as they are drawn up.

Earlier this week, the Russian President sought proposals from his armed forces commanders on how they think Russia's military operation in Ukraine should proceed, according to Russian news agency reports.

Putin spent the whole of Friday at the headquarters, his spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Interfax.

No other details of Putin's visit or its location have been reported.

Rishi Sunak is facing pressure from President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Boris Johnson to supply Ukraine with long-range missiles to help end the Russian invasion.

The Ukrainian president joined a call with the Prime Minister and other G7 leaders including Joe Biden to demand the weaponry to hasten his victory over Vladimir Putin.

Downing Street indicated the UK is not planning to send long-range missiles, which could give Kyiv the ability to launch strikes in Russia.