Lukoil chair Ravil Maganov, pictured with Vladimir Putin, was killed on Thursday in a fall from a window on the 6th floor of a Moscow hospital
I joined Times Radio’s Anna Cunningham on Friday to analyze latest developments in Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
I begin with a survey of the uncertainty and danger at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine, with Russia and its proxies trying to limit inspection by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
I summarize the state of Ukraine’s counter-offensive in the south, assessing progress amid the secrecy over the operations.
As the chair of Russia’s second-largest oil company Lukoil is killed in a fall from the sixth floor of a hospital, I look at similar incidents and consider if the Kremlin is bumping off those who have incurred its disfavor.