The executive director of the Far East and Arctic Development Corporation, Ivan Pechiorin, 39, is reported to have fallen from the high-speed speedboat and died. The accident happened on Saturday near the Russian Islands in the Sea of Japan in Russia’s Primorsky Krai.
I. Pechiorin worked together with President Vladimir Putin, Komsomolskaya Pravda reports, and was directly responsible for the modernization of Eastern Russian aviation and the development of resources in the Arctic against the backdrop of sanctions.
For the last time, I. Pechiorin appeared in public at the Eastern Economic Forum, which took place on September 5-8 in Vladivostok. The Daily Mail reported that the businessman was speaking at an event called “Everybody has his own way: logistics in a changing world”.
The 43-year-old CEO of the same corporation, Igor Nosov, died of a stroke in February.
Delfi reminds that on September 1 it was announced that Lukoil vice president Ravil Maganov was found dead in Moscow.
He allegedly fell out of the hospital window.
The chairman of the board of directors of Lukoil R. Maganovas died after falling out of a hospital window. This was announced by the TV channel REN TV, without specifying the source of the information.
This 67-year-old oil company’s top executive was treated at the Moscow Central Clinical Hospital. The man was lying in a section on the sixth floor.
In the nineties of the last century, R. Maganovas worked at the company “Langepasneftegaz”, which belonged to “Lukoil”, founded in 1991. By the way, the man came up with the name of the latter company.
He has been a member of Lukoil’s board of directors since 1993, and became its chairman in 2020. Since 2006, R. Maganovas has held the position of the company’s first executive vice president.
He was also the brother of Tatneft CEO Nail Maganov.
R. Maganov became another one of many big businessmen who died under mysterious circumstances.
In May of this year, Aleksandras Subotinas, the former high-ranking manager of Lukoil, was also killed in unusual circumstances.
This is far from the first report of mysterious deaths of Russian business executives.
In April, Sergej Protosenija, the former top manager of the gas company Novatek, was found suffocated in a Spanish resort. The man’s wife and daughter were stabbed to death.
Just a few days earlier, former vice president of Gazprombank Vladislav Avayev “killed himself” in Moscow. The man allegedly shot his wife and daughter before killing himself.
And in February, Alexander Tiuliakovs, deputy general director of the Joint Settlement Center of the Gazprom company, “hanged himself” in one of the elite settlements of the Vyborgsk district.
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