Lukoil chairman Ravil Maganov died after falling from a hospital window in Moscow

The chairman of the board of directors of Lukoil, the country’s second-largest oil producer, died Thursday after falling from a hospital window in Moscow, a Russian financial publication said. RBC.

Ravil Maganov was being treated in a ward of the hospital on the sixth floor. According to the preliminary version of the authorities, the death was caused by injuries resulting from the impact with the ground.

According to RBC, the hospital where the president was treated at Lukoil was under the administration of the President of Russia.

The incident took place around 7.30 am. Authorities believe it was a suicide attempt, and police officers and investigators rushed to the scene.

In the Russian Federation, several suspicious deaths of members of the economic and political elite after falling from building windows have been recorded over the past decade.

We remind you that Lukoil, the number two of the Russian oil industry, called for a “quick stop” to the war in Ukraine in early March, thus becoming the first major national company to oppose the invasion of this country. “We plead for a quick end to the armed conflict and support its resolution without hindrance through the negotiation process and diplomatic means,” Lukoil’s board of directors said in a statement cited by the international press.

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