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New ‘suspicious’ death in Russia: Former Director of the Moscow Aviation Institute killed on the stairs

New ‘suspicious’ death in Russia: Former Director of the Moscow Aviation Institute killed on the stairs
New ‘suspicious’ death in Russia: Former Director of the Moscow Aviation Institute killed on the stairs

Another “mysterious” death in Russia became known today, as according to Russian media on Telegram, the former Director of the Institute of Aviation in Moscow, Anatoly Gerachenko He died when he slipped on the stairs and suffered fatal injuries, although the circumstances under which the incident occurred are not specified.

This is yet another “suspicious” case of a high-ranking Russian official, a few days after the death of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Russia’s second largest oil company, Lukoil Ravil Maganov. It is also interesting that Lukoil, with its official announcement last March, called for an end to the armed conflict in Ukraine and expressed its “undivided sympathy to all the victims” of the war.

Several Russian oligarchs, several of whom were active in the oil and gas sectors, have died under mysterious circumstances this year. Although these deaths are officially being investigated as suicides, there is talk of possible Kremlin involvement. In May, the former head of Lukoil, Alexander Shubotin, was found dead at the age of 43.

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