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Another suspicious case: body of Putin ally found in Sea of ​​Japan

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O presidente russo, Vladimir Putin: morte em circunstâncias suspeitas do diretor da Corporação de Desenvolvimento do Ártico e Extremo Oriente foi a sétima de nomes importantes da Rússia nos últimos meses

Russian President Vladimir Putin: death in suspicious circumstances of the director of the Arctic and Far East Development Corporation was the seventh of important names in Russia in recent months| Photo: EFE/EPA/GAVRIIL GRIGOROV/SPUTNIK/KREMLIN

Another important figure from Russia died in a mysterious way: the Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda reported this Monday (10) the death of Ivan Pechorin, managing director of the Arctic and Far East Development Corporation, post for the which was nominated by President Vladimir Putin.

According to the newspaper, Pechorin died when he fell from a boat near Russky Island in the Sea of ​​Japan. The employee body of 19 years was found after more than

hours of searches.

In a statement, the corporation where Pechorin worked pointed out that “Ivan’s death is an irreparable loss for friends and colleagues, a great loss for the corporation.” “We offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends,” he added.

A few days before his death, Pechorin had participated in the Eastern Economic Forum, organized by Putin in Vladivostok.

In recent months, at least six other important names in Russia have died in suspicious circumstances — the most recent case had been that of Ravil Maganov, president of Russia’s second-largest oil producer, Lukoil, who died “after falling out of a hospital window” in Moscow earlier this month, according to reports. Lukoil had positioned itself against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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