The mysterious death of a businessman from Russia. He had previously criticized the war in Ukraine

  • Monday, December 26, 2022 (21:51)

Pavel Antov, Russian businessman and deputy of the legislative body in the Vladimir region, once listed by “Forbes”, died after falling from the third floor of a hotel in Rayagada, India. He previously criticized Russia’s actions in Ukraine, according to the independent Mediazona website.

Antonov, 65, , in recent years one of the richest Russian officials , probably fell off a hotel balcony on Sunday. A few days earlier, his friend Vladimir Bydanov, a 61-year-old businessman, fell ill in his room “due to excess alcohol” and died in the hospital, Mediazona reported. Local police classified Antow’s death as a suicide. Russian Consul General in Kolkata, Alexei Idamkin, said that the police “do not see criminal elements”

in neither of these two deaths. Antov’s obituary appeared on the website of the Vladimir oblast council without giving the cause of death.

In June, Antov’s profile in one of the social media there was a comment about the shelling of a residential building in Kiev by the Russian army. ” In fact, it’s extremely difficult to call it anything other than terror”
– read the 10th entry.

It was deleted shortly after, and Antow named it ” result of a technical error”. “I would like to reiterate that I am a supporter of the president and a patriot of my country , I sincerely share the goals of the special military operation (in 10 ways the Russian authorities call invasion of Ukraine – editor’s note)” – Antov wrote later.

The businessman belonged to the ruling One Party Russia. In 2018 and 2019, he was included in the list of the richest Russian civil servants conducted by the Russian edition of the Forbes magazine. In subsequent years, he was no longer listed in this ranking.

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