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Hey what happened? Putin’s favorite ‘spy’ mysteriously left the world amid war in Ukraine



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Vladimir Putin suffered a major setback.
His close spy died mysteriously.
Viacheslav Rovneiko was found unconscious at his home late at night.

New Delhi. The Russian-Ukrainian war ended 1 year today. Besides the war, Russian President Vladimir Putin suffered a major setback. The spy close to Putin died in mysterious circumstances near Moscow. Viacheslav Rovneiko, 59, was “found unconscious” at his home late at night. Even the doctors could not save him and the cause of his death could not be determined. Although the investigation is still ongoing.

According to the UK Mirror, the report of his mysterious death indicates that no marks of violent attack were found on his body. It is believed that Rovneiko was a Cold War-era KGB spy working in Belgium with Sergei Naryshkin, the head of Russia’s foreign intelligence agency SVR. He is also believed to be close to billionaire Gennady Timchenko, who is considered one of Putin’s most prominent loyalists.

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Rovneiko’s former business partner was Leonid Dyachenko, whose then-wife Tatiana Russia She was the daughter of Boris Yeltsin, Russia’s first president. The couple founded Ural Energy, one of the main oil players. The oil company was then established in 2005 in London. Reportedly he has business interests in Britain, Belgium, Luxembourg and Cyprus, and also held a Belgian passport in 2006.

Rovneiko was a graduate of the prestigious Moscow Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), a training school for spies and diplomats. Russian business databases showed the ex-spy as a faceless man, and he was known to be very secretive. He was married to Irina, another 63-year-old MGIMO student. His 40-year-old son Nikolay worked as an investment banker in London and studied at Kingston University. It has been reported that just last week a person working as an IT specialist at the Department of External Affairs was found dead under mysterious circumstances while at work.

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