Another big death in Russia, oil company chairman lost his life after falling from the window
Ravil Maganov, chairman of Russia's major oil producer, died on Thursday after falling from the window of a hospital in Moscow. The company has confirmed his death.
Ravil Maganov, chairman of Russia's major oil producer, died on Thursday after falling from the window of a hospital in Moscow. The company has confirmed his death. On his death, the company said that, 'Maganov has died after a serious illness.' According to the Russian media, Maganov was being treated at the Central Clinical Hospital in Moscow, where he died due to serious injuries. Is. Even before Maganov, there have been suspicious deaths of many high-profile businessmen in Russia.
Investigating officers say that they are inspecting the scene to find out how Maganov died. According to sources, Tass news agency has informed that Maganov fell from the window on the 6th floor of the hospital on Thursday morning. According to the information received later, the sources told that he has committed suicide.
Call for a ceasefire on Russia-Ukraine war
When Russia invaded Ukraine, Lukoil's company called for an end to the conflict between the two countries, and offered condolences to the victims of the "tragedy". Its millionaire president Vagit Alekpero resigned in April after Britain imposed sanctions on him.
Suspicious deaths of millionaires even earlier
In the past, many big people of Russia have died under suspicious circumstances. In April, the body of Sergei Protosenya's manager and millionaire Novatek was found lying in a Spanish villa with his wife and daughter. In April itself, the body of former Gazprombank vice president Vladislav Avayev was also found in his Moscow flat along with his wife and daughter. In May, Alexander Subotin, former tycoon of Lukoil, died of heart failure. It was told that he had taken treatment from a magician as an alternative.
Was honored with Lifetime Award
Lukoil is one of the top companies in Russia. He said in his statement that it was only because of Magnov that Lukoil has become one of the largest energy companies in the world. He started working for a private oil company in 1993 and was made the chairman two years ago. He also received the Lifetime Achievement Award from President Vladimir Putin.