Putin special envoy Chubais resigned and left the country

Putin special envoy Chubais resigned and left the country

Anatoly Chubais, special envoy of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has resigned. He has left Russia. According to Russian media reports, Anatoly Chubais is in Turkey with his wife. Reuters quoted sources close to Chubais as saying he had resigned in protest of the war. News from BBC and Reuters.

Twenty-four was responsible for coordinating Russia’s sustainable development goals internationally. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Chubai had resigned voluntarily. But whether he will leave Russia or stay in Russia is his personal matter. Chubais did not say anything about his resignation.

According to the BBC, few people close to Putin have been seen in public in recent weeks, except for Peskov and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Mikhail Podoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, said on Wednesday that it was “curious” that the two top security officials, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of Staff Valery Gerasimov, were nowhere to be seen. The heads of Russia’s intelligence agencies are also missing.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Chubais was in talks in 1990 for a role in Russia’s economic reform. He developed the private sector under President Boris Yeltsin.

The resignation of Chubais did not have much effect on the leaders of the opposition. He posted a picture of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The man was killed. There is enough criticism about this.

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. Russia is calling it a special military operation. There have been protests in several parts of Russia against the war. A Channel One journalist protested against the war with a placard during a live news broadcast.

Russia’s new law bans spreading false news about the war. Journalist Alexander Nevzorov has been put on trial for posting on social media reports of an attack on a maternal and child hospital in Mariupol in southern Ukraine.