Lukoil, fourth suspicious demise within the firm against the battle in Ukraine | EUROtoday

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Alexander Subbotin

In May 2022, a former prime supervisor of Lukoil, Alexander Subbotin, died underneath mysterious circumstances on the age of 44. He was discovered lifeless within the basement of a shaman's home in Mytishchi, a city northeast of the capital Moscow, after struggling an obvious coronary heart assault, Russia's state information company Tass reported.

Tass reported that the person had gone to the shaman's dwelling “in a state of severe alcohol and drug intoxication the day before” his demise. His physique was found in a basement, apparently used for “Jamaican voodoo rituals”.

Ravil Maganov

Months later, on September 1, 2022, Ravil Maganov, chairman of Lukoil, was discovered lifeless after falling from a hospital window in Moscow. The circumstances of the 67-year-old's fall stay unexplained. He had labored at Lukoil since 1993. The firm's press service reported that he died “after a serious illness”.

Vladimir Nekrasov

In October 2023, Vladimir Nekrasov, chairman of the corporate's board of administrators, died on the age of 66, reportedly from acute coronary heart failure. In March 2022 Lukoil publicly criticized Russia's invasion of Ukraine of Russia. “We support a rapid end to the armed conflict and fully support its resolution through a process of negotiation and diplomatic means,” Lukoil's board of administrators mentioned in an announcement.

The different instances

It's not simply Lukoil. Last November the vice-president of Sberbank, Nikolai Vasev, died all of the sudden of a coronary heart assault on the age of 42. This is simply the best-known title in a protracted checklist of managers and senior officers who died in mysterious circumstances after the beginning of army operations in Ukraine in February 2022.