Zelensky makes stunning admission that he is 'not sure Putin is still alive' as brutal onslaught continues

Zelensky has claimed that Russian president Putin may not be alive
Zelensky has claimed that Russian president Putin may not be alive

President Zelensky urged allies to send more weapons before making the claim about the Russian leader

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Ukraine's leader Volodymyr Zelensky has renewed debates over Putin’s health by suggesting that the Russian president may not be alive.

While addressing world leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Zelensky urged allies to send more weapons to the Ukrainian army.

The appeal came after discussions about potential peace talks between Kyiv and Moscow following Wednesday’s helicopter ‘tragedy’ in Brovary which saw 18 people die.

President Zelensky urged world leaders to send more weapons to Ukraine
President Zelensky urged world leaders to send more weapons to Ukraine

The Ukrainian President went on to raise questions on his Putin's whereabouts.

He said: "Right now I don’t understand who to talk to. I am not sure whether the president of Russia is still alive.

"I don’t understand that he’s still alive or that it is him particularly making decisions."

Although Putin’s illness has been speculated, there is no conclusive evidence to suggest he has died or has a terminal illness.

Denmark has agreed to send Ukraine more aid
Denmark has agreed to send Ukraine more aid