Marina Yankina, another top official of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has died mysteriously. The death of Marina Yankina has been added to the series of deaths close to President Putin. Marina Yankina, a 58-year-old defense officer, died after falling from the windows of the 16th floor of the building. She was the head of the Department of Financial Support of the Russian Defense Ministry.
Death due to falling 160 feet from the building
Marina Yankina has died after falling from 160 feet. Yankina’s death was confirmed by the Russian Investigation Agency and the press service of the Western Military District “Fontanka,” which is investigating her death. Marina Yankina’s personal belongings were found on the 16th floor of the same building. The news report, citing media outlet “Mash on Moika,” said that Yankina had previously called her husband and informed him of what she intended to do.
Death occurred immediately after talking to her husband on the phone
At the same time, she had also asked her husband to call the police. She was discovered dead minutes after the call. Marina Yankina’s death is considered mysterious. Many questions are being raised about the administration due to her death. Even before this, many prominent close friends of the President have died in this way. Before Yankina, Major General Vladimir Makarov, a Russian general who was recently fired by Russian President Vladimir Putin, also had a suspicious death. Shortly after, news of the death of another close friend of Putin’s surfaced.
Marina was the Western Military District’s finance director
Regional media sources said Marina Yankina’s body was found lying on the pavement of a residential complex in the Kalininsky district of St. Petersburg at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday. Marina Yankina led efforts to consolidate funding for the war initiated by Russia. Marina Yankina was the finance director of Russia’s Western Military District, which is one of the five geographic battalions of Russia. Putin has changed the commander of this battalion several times since the war.
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