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Putin ally dies after falling down stairs in Moscow: Report

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A prime Russian scientist and Vladimir Putin’s ally reportedly died after falling down from stairs in Moscow.

Anatoly Gerashchenko was the previous head of Moscow Aviation Institute. (Photo: Twitter/@runews)

Anatoly Gerashchenko, a prime scientist and an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has died after falling down from stairs at an aviation establishment headquarters on Wednesday, in line with studies. The former head of Moscow Aviation Institute “fell from a great height” and his demise was termed as an accident.

According to a Newsweek report, the place the place the 72-year-old reportedly fell to his demise remains to be unknown.

Meanwhile, a fee has been shaped to analyze Gerashchenko’s demise that features officers from the aviation institute, Russian information company TASS reported.

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This growth comes on the identical day Vladimir Putin introduced a partial army mobilisation in Russia following main setbacks in his warfare on Ukraine.

Gerashchenko is the newest in a collection of deaths as a number of outstanding Russian businessmen and former allies of Vladimir Putin have died in mysterious circumstances because the invasion of Ukraine on February 24.

On September 1, Ravil Maganov, the chief of Russian oil agency Lukoil, died after reportedly falling from a hospital window in Moscow. In May, Russian media reported a former Lukoil supervisor, Alexander Subbotin, was discovered lifeless within the basement of a home exterior Moscow. Several different senior executives with ties to Russia’s vitality trade have additionally died in unclear circumstances prior to now few months.

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