The presidential press secretary called Chubais's hospitalization sad news. According to Peskov, the Kremlin “does not own the details” of the situation /webp” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
The Kremlin does not have details about the hospitalization of the ex-head of Rosnano and the former special representative of the President of Russia Anatoly Chubais, but wants him to get better, said the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, RBC correspondent reports.
“Sad news, we wish you well, but we do not own the details. Naturally, we will help if he applies, he is a Russian citizen, — said Peskov.
The hospitalization of Chubais the day before, July 31, was reported by Ksenia Sobchak in the Telegram channel. She conveyed the words of the former head of Rosnano that he ended up “in one of the European clinics with a diagnosis of” Guillain-Barré syndrome “; and is in moderate but stable condition. According to his wife Avdotya Smirnova, Chubais was put in intensive care after his “arms and legs began to be taken away,” writes Sobchak.
Guillain-Barré syndrome— is a rare disease in which the human immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. The disease can affect the nerves that control muscle movement or transmit pain, temperature, and touch sensations, and lead to muscle weakness and loss of sensation in the limbs.
On March 23, Bloomberg reported that Chubais left the post of special representative and left Russia with his wife. According to RBC sources, he left for Turkey, but one of the interlocutors indicated that Chubais intended to return. Two days later, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree dismissing Chubais from office. In the future, the ex-head of Rosnano left the board of directors of AFK Sistema; and the post of head of the Renewable Energy Association.
In April, the current head of Rosnano Sergei Kulikov asked the Prosecutor General's Office to inspect the company's work for 2010–2020— at that time it was led by Chubais. In June, a TASS source in law enforcement agencies said that in relation to the former head of Rosnano, and his entourage are checking “information received about the commission of actions of a corrupt nature.”
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