The chairman of the board of directors of the Russian oil company Lukoil, Vladimir Nekrasovdied suddenly this Tuesday, supposedly from heart failure, according to the company in a statement.
“It is with deep regret that we inform you of the sudden death of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lukoil, Vladimir Nekrasov.”says the official note.
He adds that, “according to the doctors’ preliminary conclusion, death occurred as a result of a acute heart failure”.
Nekrasov, 66 years old, He worked for almost 50 years in the Russian oil sector and in recent years he served as head of the board of directors of Lukoil and vice president of the oil company.
He is the second head of the board of directors of Lukoil, a private oil company founded in 1991, who died in just over a year..
In September 2022 he also died Ravil Maganovwho died after falling out of a window of the Moscow Central Clinical Hospital where he was admitted.
So the agency TASS indicated, citing police sources, that the event occurred at 07:00 Moscow time (04:00 GMT) and that it was “a death by suicide”.
Maganov, 67, was admitted to the hospital for a heart attack and was taking antidepressants, according to the same source.
In 2020, Lukoil’s board of directors appointed Magánov as president instead of Valeri Greiferwho died at the age of 90.
The Russian press has reported on the death in strange circumstances of several senior officials, managers and businessmen since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.
Ukraine prepares for one of the most important battles
The Russian army is doing the rest on the outskirts of Donetsk, where it is trying to surround the Ukrainian forces in the town of Donetsk by all means. Avdivkain one of the most important battles of this war.
“It is a key battle in this war. There have been many, but I think this is one of the most important. The way I see it, It is Russia’s latest attempt to seize the initiative on the front“, said Mijailo Podoliakadvisor to the Office of the President of Ukraine, to the agency UNIAN.
“Active defense,” as the Russian president defined it, Vladimir Putinhas turned into a general offensive in Avdivka, which so far has not been able to overcome the fortifications built by the Ukrainians over the past eight years.
The arrival of autumn, accompanied by rain and humidity, hinders the advance of motorized brigadeswhich facilitates the defensive work of the Ukrainians in Donetsk, so time is ticking against the Russians.
(With information from agencies)