The Anti-Disinformation Center, established under the communication department of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's administration, denied reports that the head of state had a heart attack and was hospitalized.

Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay said that Erdogan's condition is "very good".

"The condition of our president is very good. We are in constant contact. It's just a little cold," the politician said in a speech on the occasion of the launch of the Ankara-Sivas intercity high-speed train.

The head of the communication department of the administration of the Turkish president, Fahettin Altun, announced that the head of state will participate in the opening ceremony of the nuclear power plant "Oqquyu" on April 27 in an online format.

In Turkey, Erdogan's team canceled all pre-election speeches and public events of the president until May 3. Presidential elections will be held in the country on May 14.

Erdogan's health worsened while appearing on live television and answering questions during the election campaign on April 25. Because of this, the live broadcast was interrupted. He appeared on the air 20 minutes later, apologized to the audience, and said that he had a cold during the campaign. After that, unconfirmed news that the politician had suffered a myocardial infarction began to spread on social networks.