“Sudden” Mysterious Death of Former Russian Army Chief with Ukraine Links

General Alexei Maslo (69), a former commander-in-chief of the Russian Army who had a close link to Ukraine died “suddenly”. According to The Mirror, he died a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin unexpectedly canceled a trip to the Uralvagonzavod plant, the tank enterprise where the General worked. The Russian president had suddenly cancelled his trip to the plant.

This incident coincides with the recent death of two Russians in Odisha. Russian MP and businessman Pavel Antov died after falling from the roof and his traveler associate Vladimir Bidenov died due to cardiac arrest in the same hotel in Rayagada of Odisha. This Russian MP had in the past opposed Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

The report said that the Russian president was due to visit the Uralvagonzavod plant, which was being reprimanded by the Kremlin for failing to produce sufficient new tanks for the war in Ukraine. General Alexei Maslov was heading this tank-producing unit.

General Maslov was commander-in-chief of Russian ground forces between 2004 and 2008. Later he was posted as Russia’s military representative to NATO in Brussels. His death follows the “sudden death” of the general director of Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg, Alexander Buzakov.




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