Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is alleged to have been poisoned in peace talks on the Ukraine-Belarus border earlier this month, sources close to the billionaire said.
The Chelsea FC owner - who has now recovered from the symptoms associated with poisoning and was reported to have suffered eye and skin injuries.
Two other peace mediators in Ukraine-Russia talks are also said to be affected.
A source close to Mr Abramovich told the BBC he was now well and was in talks to try to end the war in Ukraine.
Abramovic has been on the fore front appealing for the two antagonistic countries to keep peace and end the ongoing war. It is believed, that it was out of this ground that got him poisoned. However, the good news is that he is now okay.
Initially, it was alleged that he was to sell the club and use the cash to benefit Ukrainian who were being targeted.
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