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Vladimir Putin
70yo| 5.6ft | 152lbs

Vladimir Putin is a well-known Russian politician who is best known for having held the positions of prime minister and president of Russia. Rumor has it that Putin's body is excellent,is a president's physical stats any more special than ordinary people?

Read the entire article to learn all details about Putin's age, height and weight and other body index.

I. Age, Height, Weight of Vladimir Putin

how tall Vladimir Putin

1. How old is Putin?

  • Putin's Age: 70 years old as of 2022. (born in 1952)

2. How tall is Putin?

  • In centimeters: 168 cm

  • In meters: 1.68 m

  • In feet inches: 5’6’’

3. Putin Weight

  • In kilogram: 71 kilograms

  • In Pound: 152 lb

4. Eye and Hair color 

  • Eye color: Blue

  • Hair color: Salt and pepper

II. Vladimir Putin Biography

Real name: Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin

Nickname: Vladimir

Profession: President of Russia, Politician

Net Worth: 70 billion USD

Vladimir Putin Biography

 

III. Vladimir Putin Personal Life

  • Date of Birth: October 7, 1952

  • Birth Place: Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Saint Petersburg, Russia)

  • Zodiac Sign: Libra

  • Nationality: Russian

  • Hometown: Saint Petersburg, Russia

  • Religion: Russian Orthodoxy

  • Ethnicity: Russian descent

  • Hobbies: Judo,Skiing, Ice Hockey, Fishing, Swimming, Hunting

1. School

  • Saint Petersburg highschool

2. College

  • Saint Petersburg State University

3. Education Qualification

  • Degree in law

4. Major Controversies

  • Putin has frequently been charged with governing and swaying the Russian media. For instance, the editor of the liberal newspaper "Moskovsky Korrespondent" was made to resign within hours in 2008 after it was revealed that Putin had plans to wed rhythmic gymnast Alina Kabayeva. 

  • Putin approved the contentious "Big-Brother Law" in July 2016. This law mandates that each telecom/internet service provider retain user calls, messages, pictures, and videos for a minimum of six months and metadata for a maximum of three years. Despite the fact that this law was passed to combat the threat of terrorism, many service providers claimed that the cost of storing this much data could be up to four times their annual profit. Additionally, this bill intrudes on the privacy of Russian citizens.

  • Putin gave Peng Liyuan, the First Lady of China, a warm embrace while they were at the APEC summit in November 2014. Many people began to question Putin's intentions soon after this video appeared online. The public display of consideration by Putin was not received as intended because China has a history of being conservative about unrelated men and women interacting in public. The video was consequently completely removed from Chinese TV and the Internet. 

  • In 2014, the Russian government led by Vladimir Putin was accused of shooting down Malaysian passenger plane MH-17 while it was flying over the unrest-ridden area of eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 on board. Putin, who was quoted as saying, "If MH-17 crashed in Ukraine, it is Ukraine's responsibility," has denied any wrongdoing.

  • According to rumors, Putin was also involved in the killings of politician rival Boris Nemtsov and former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.

IV. Putin Family

  • Father Name:  Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin
  • Mother Name:  Maria Ivanovna Putina
  • Sister Name: Tosca Musk

  • Brother Name: Viktor Putin Albert Putin

  • Wife / Husband Name: Lyudmila Shkrebneva

  • Children Name: Maria & Katerina


Putin Family parents


Vladimir Putin was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), where both his parents served as Soviet Navy conscripts in the early 1930s. His mother worked in a factory. At the age of 12, he started training in judo and sambo. He also liked to read about Marx, Engels, and Lenin. At this age, he began learning German, which he now speaks as a second language.

V. Vladimir Putin Favorite Things 

  • Favorite Food: Pistachio Ice Cream
  • Band: The Beatles
  • Book: Sankya

VI. Putin’s Girlfriends, Lover and Other Relationships

Marital Status: Divorced

1. Lyudmila Shkrebneva

 Lyudmila Shkrebneva and vladimir putin

Height

  • In centimeters: 165cm

  • In meters: 1.65m

  • In feet inches: 5’4’’

 Weight

  • In kilogram: 55 kilograms

  • In Pound: 121 lb

He wed Lyudmila Putina on July 28, 1983, and the two of them were blessed with two daughters: Maria Vorontsova (née Mariya Vladimirovna Putina), who was born in Leningrad on April 28, 1985, and Katerina Tikhonova (née Yekaterina Vladimirovna Putina) (b. August 31, 1986, in Dresden, East Germany). But after about 30 years of marriage, their union fell apart, and on April 1, 2014, the news of their divorce was made official. Because of Maria, he has two grandsons.

2. Alina Kabaeva 

Height

  • In centimeters: 165 cm

  • In meters: 1.65 m

  • In feet inches: 5’5’’

 Weight

  • In kilogram: 53 kilograms

  • In Pound: 117 lb

He wed Lyudmila Putina on July 28, 1983, and the two of them were blessed with two daughters: Maria Vorontsova (née Mariya Vladimirovna Putina), who was born in Leningrad on April 28, 1985, and Katerina Tikhonova (née Yekaterina Vladimirovna Putina) (b. August 31, 1986, in Dresden, East Germany). But after about 30 years of marriage, their union fell apart, and on April 1, 2014, the news of their divorce was made official. Because of Maria, he has two grandsons.

3. Wendi Murdoch

Height

  • In centimeters: 178cm

  • In meters: 1.78m

  • In feet inches: 5’10’’

 Weight

  • In kilogram: 60 kilograms

  • In Pound: 132 lb

There were claims that Wendi Deng Murdoch and Russian President Vladamir Putin were secretly dating earlier 2016. The rumors intensified when Deng, who divorced Rupert Murdoch in 2013, was spotted taking a vacation on the $400 million yacht owned by Roman Abramovich, a close friend of Vladimir Putin.

VII. Vladimir Putin Career and Legacy 

1. Putin Qualification

Putin received a law degree in 1975 from Leningrad State University named after Andrei Zhdanov (now Saint Petersburg State University). The Most Favored Nation Trading Principle in International Law was the topic of his thesis. He was compelled to join the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) while he was there and remained a member until its dissolution in 1991. 

Putin had a meeting with Anatoly Sobchak, a business law assistant professor who later co-authored the Russian constitution and French corruption schemes. Sobchak would have an impact on Putin's career in Moscow, and Putin would have an impact on Sobchak's career in Saint Petersburg. 

His thesis on the strategic planning of the mineral economy earned him a Ph.D. in economics (Candidate of Economic Sciences) from the Saint Petersburg Mining University in 1997.

2. Vladimir Putin Career

In 1975, shortly after receiving his degree from Leningrad State University, Putin started working for the KGB as an intelligence officer. After joining President Boris Yeltsin's administration in 1998, Putin advanced to the top echelons of the Russian government. He was appointed prime minister in 1999 before becoming president. In 2008, Putin was reappointed as prime minister of Russia. In 2012, he won reelection to the office of president. 

He retired from the KGB in 1991 with the rank of colonel and later returned to Leningrad as a liberal politician named Anatoly Sobchak (1937-2000) supporter. Putin became the latter's head of external relations and first deputy mayor upon the latter's election as Leningrad's mayor in 1991. (1994). 

In 1996, after Sobchak was defeated, Putin left his position and relocated to Moscow. In charge of the Kremlin's ties to the regional governments, he was appointed deputy head of management in Boris Yeltsin's presidential administration in 1998. 

He was soon named the head of Yeltsin's Security Council as well as the Federal Security, a division of the former KGB. Yeltsin replaced Sergey Stapashin as prime minister in August 1999 and elevated Vladimir Putin to the position.

Yeltsin resigned from office in December 1999, making Putin acting president until formal elections could be held (in early 2000). In 2004, he won re-election. He paid the first ever visit by a Kremlin official to Israel in April 2005 to meet with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. 

Putin had to resign as president in 2008 due to term limits, but not before securing the position for his protégé Dmitry Medvedev. Prior to his reelection as Russian president in 2012, Putin was Medvedev's prime minister.

Vladimir Putin Career and Legacy

3. Vladimir Putin Success Story

During the years 2000–2008, he served as president. Under Putin's leadership, a nation that had been stripped of its glory and had been living in constant chaos and fear began to see the light of day. Things were more liberated, people were happier, and the economy was booming. Sometimes you have to be alone to show people you're right - Vladimir Putin It was expected that he would be re-elected as prime minister in 2008 and serve in that capacity until 2012. He was re-elected as president in 2012 after that. What if Putin wasn't actually as democratic as he claimed to be and he frequently faces accusations of practicing unfair politics. He is something of a savior for Russia, and neither the world nor the Russians can dispute that.

The Russian leader went on to say that "democratic rights and freedoms" are the "key goal of Russia's domestic policy." He was elected the previous year at the age of 47 after a meteoric rise from obscurity. Standing ovations were given by members of the Bundestag who were moved by the reconciliation Mr. Putin appeared to represent a city, Berlin, that had previously stood for conflict between the West and the totalitarian Soviet Union.

4. Putin's Legacy

Living standards for common Russians will be depressed for years, whether or not Vladimir Putin holds the Kremlin going forward. This is because of Russia's pariah status. That will be Putin's contribution to his nation.

VIII. 10+ Facts about Vladimir Putin 

  1. He began training in judo at the age of 11, switching to the Russian martial art of sambo at the age of 14. 

  2. His entire life has been spent practicing martial arts, and he is a black belt in judo. 

  3. He was named "Person of the Year" by TIME magazine in 2007, and in April 2014, the publication again included him on its list of the "100 Most Influential People in the World." 

  4. Vladimir Putin frequently uses the fenya, or criminal slang, in his speeches and conversations. 

  5. He keeps several dogs as pets, including Yume the Akita Inu and Pasha the Sarplaninac. 

  6. Vladimir has been awarded honorary doctorates by the Universities of Athens and Belgrade. 

  7. His third term as president saw a rise in the number of Russians who disapproved of him because he has frequently been referred to as a dictator and autocrat. 

  8. Putin introduced a law in March 2022 that could result in a 15-year prison sentence for anyone who spreads "fake news" about the Russian military. During the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, this law was passed. The BBC, Bloomberg, and CNN temporarily ceased operations in Russia after this law. 

  9. Putin, a black belt in judo, was suspended as the Honorary President and Ambassador of the International Judo Federation in 2022 after the Russia-Ukraine war had begun. 

  10. Judo: History, Theory, Practice was an English-language judo book that he co-authored in 2004. 

  11. He had cancer surgery in May 2022 when it was originally planned for April 2022. He designated Nikolai Patrushev, a former KGB director, to make decisions in his absence. 

  12. Putin declared in August 2022 that he would give mothers who would bear 10 or more children and raise them $16,000. When her tenth child turns one, she will receive a grant of nearly $16,000. (or 1 million rubles). 

  13. Putin's limousine was targeted in an attempted assassination, according to the General GVR Telegram channel, which made the revelation in September 2022. 

  14. Putin claims that he avoided at least five assassination attempts in 2017. 

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