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MOSCOW, July 17. /TASS/. Gorbachev Fund press service has refuted media reports Friday that former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev is partially paralyzed.
"These reports are false, Mikhail Sergeyevich is feeling good, considering his age, of course," the press service’s head Pavel Palazhchenko told TASS. "Yesterday, he [Gorbachev] met with experts, the meeting went very well," he added.
LifeNews reported earlier that Gorbachev is partially paralyzed, and though his condition is stable, his health may deteriorate.