Russian president Vladimir Putin would head deep underground in an inside nuclear bunker that can house 100,000 of his fellow cronies should he ever launch a nuclear attack.
The underground city is protected from potential nuclear attacks, with claims over the size, population and scope of the potential bunker aired after the Russian despot made veiled nuclear threats.
A recent speech from Putin warned he was "not bluffing" when it came to using any weapons at his disposal, but it would appear a more nuclear option has pushed Putin underground.
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An academic who first alleged the Kremlin leader was seriously ill has now claimed Putin is set for a cushy life underground with his cronies.
Professor Valery Solovey, 61, claimed also that the dictator's supposed lover, Olympic gymnast Alina Kabaeva, is currently in a "secure location" in Russia.
The Russian president though is said to be hunkered down amid a flurry of war woes for the war monger, with his family said to have been sent away to a bunker in Siberia.
Their Ongudaysky-located bunker is said to be on the borders of Russia along with Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan, with the safe haven provided to Putin's closest relatives.
Should a nuclear strike come true however, it is believed Putin would head underground with a cavalcade of cronies, Marca reported.
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Solovey, the former head of the Public Relations Department at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations has revealed that the bunker is part of a high-tech location.
An underground city is believed to have been built up a decade ago by Gazprom, Russia's biggest oil company.
Within the facility is said to be a high-voltage energy substation, with enough power and fuel to support a small city, or underground collection of Russian despots and their closest allies.
The bunker is believed to be located in the mountains of the Altai Republic, some 4,000 kilometres away from Moscow.
Flying to the region appears to take six hours from the Russian capital, and a car ride there would take even longer with 54 hours needed to cross from west to east.
Reports over who exactly is set to feature in the bunker are undisclosed, but it is likely that Putin and his immediate family will be making themselves comfortable underground.
It has also been reported that Putin's alleged grandson has also travelled to Ongudaysky to take refuge with other members of Putin's family.
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