Ukraine-Russia war: Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich faces suspected poison during peace talks


English football club – Chelsea owner and approved Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has been accused of poisoning during Ukraine-Russia peace talks.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Roman Abramovich and Ukrainian peace negotiators met with signs of suspected poisoning after a meeting in Kyiv earlier this month.

The alleged “poisoning” of Roman Abramovich and at least two Ukrainian peace negotiators resulted in “skin peeling, red eyes, loss of sight and headaches”.

Abramovich was taken to Istanbul, Turkey for treatment.

According to the latest reports, the owner of Chelsea FC and two other Ukrainian negotiators are currently out of danger and their health has improved.

Earlier, Roman Abramovich had accepted a request from Ukraine to help negotiate an end to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Ukrainian officials, meanwhile, have denied reports of “poisoning” and said “various conspiracy theories” were circulating.

“Everyone is thirsty for news and emotions,” said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba .

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