The Chairman of the Board of Moscow’s second largest oil company fell from the 6th floor of a Moscow hospital this week to his death.
‘Falling from hospital window’ has been a leading cause of death for those that oppose Kremlin policies.
LUKoil was one of the few Russian public companies that spoke out against Russia’s ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine.
Ravil Maganov, 67, plunged from the sixth-floor window of the Central Clinical Hospital, according to police sources cited by RBC news website, reported The Moscow Times.
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The hospital, known as the Kremlin Clinic for its treatment of patients from Russia’s political and business elite, confirmed Maganov’s passing to state-run news agency RIA Novosti without disclosing the circumstances of his death.
Maganov is the second top LUKoil executive to die in mysterious circumstances in recent months.
“We stand for the immediate cessation of the armed conflict and duly support its resolution through the negotiation process and through diplomatic means,” LUKoil said in a letter to shareholders in early March.
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