Ravil Maganov, the chief executive of Russian oil producer Lukoil, died on Thursday. According to the company, the man died after a serious illness, but according to some Russian media and the Reuters news agency, the 67-year-old man – who has been critical of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the past – died after falling from a hospital window. in Moscow.
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Maganov was chairman of the board of directors of Lukoil, Russia’s largest privately owned oil producer. He was admitted for unknown reasons to the Central Clinical Hospital, a hospital in the heart of Moscow known for treating top Russian figures. He fell from a sixth-floor window in unclear circumstances on Thursday morning, and died of his injuries.
Maganov is already the second Lukoil CEO to die in mysterious circumstances in recent months. The company was one of the few major Russian companies behind a call to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Russian police have opened an investigation into Maganov’s death.