The chairman of Russian oil giant Lukoil, Ravil Maganov, has died after falling from a hospital window in Moscow. The question in this case is: was it an accidental death or could it be a murder?
Maganov, 67, was being treated at the city’s Central Clinical Hospital and died of his injuries, sources told Russian media. He is the latest in a series of high-profile business executives to die under mysterious circumstances.. Shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, Lukoil called for an end to the war.
In early March, the company’s board of directors called for the conflict in Ukraine to end as soon as possible, expressing solidarity with the victims of “this tragedy.”
Ravil Maganov took office as president two years ago. He started working for the private oil company in 1993.In May, uA former senior company manager, Alexander Subbotin, also died. in unusual circumstances. He was allegedly being treated with toad poison to relieve a hangover.
Other strangely dead Russian oligarchs
Various anti-war Russian oligarchs, have lost their lives in mysterious events, to say the least, since the invasion of Ukraine began. So far 8 tycoons have passed away.
Millionaire oligarch Sergey Protosenya was found hanged in a rented luxury villa in Spain on April 19. His wife and his 18-year-old daughter were also found dead in the apartment, with stab wounds.
Vasily Melnikov was found dead in his Nizhny Novgorod apartment.according to the Russian newspaper Kommersant on March 23.
Mikhail Watford was found hanged in the garage of his home in Surrey, England, on February 28, according to the BBC.
Watford, in his 60s, was born in the Ukraine and built his heritage on oil and gas. He moved to the UK in the early 2000s with his Estonian wife, the same outlet reported.