The son of the president of Rosneft died in Moscow

Presumably, Ivan Sechin died from a detached blood clot.
The son of Rosneft head Igor Sechin, Ivan, died at the age of 35, one of the former leaders of YUKOS, Leonid Nevzlin, said, citing an entry in the register of inheritance cases.

According to the register, Ivan Sechin died on February 5. His death was not publicly reported.

“Mediazona” writes that it checked the entry in the registry and made sure that it was registered in the name of Ivan Igorevich Sechin, born in 1989, who lived in Moscow at Swedish Deadlock, 3. RBC called this building “a house for Putin’s associates” and wrote that he lived there Igor Sechin.

The death of Ivan Sechin is also reported by the anonymous telegram channel “VChK-OGPU”. The channel’s source claims that the official cause of Sechin Jr.’s death is allegedly called “a detached blood clot.”

The investigation was carried out by the Rosneft Security Service. Around 4 a.m. on February 5, 35-year-old Ivan began complaining that he was suffocating, after which he lost consciousness. He died in the cottage village "Europe" in Krasnogorsk near Moscow, writes "VChK-OGPU". An ambulance was called for Evgeny Anatolyevich Panin, and it was under this name that Ivan Sechin, according to the channel’s sources, was recorded in the death documents.

As The Insider previously wrote, celebrities live in this 11-story brick building, also known as the “house of Putin’s friends.” The head of the Russian Foreign Ministry Sergei Lavrov, the son of businessman Gennady Timchenko Ivan, the head of Rostec Sergei Chemezov and the ex-wife of the head of Rosneft Marina Sechina had apartments here. The general director of Channel One, Konstantin Ernst, also owned a penthouse there.

According to leaks from Russian databases, Ivan Sechin worked for Rosneft and declared income of 61.8 million rubles in 2021. It is known that he held a leadership position in the company since 2014, when he was 25 years old.

In January 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded Sechin Jr. the medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree, for “many years of conscientious work” and “for his great contribution to the development of the fuel and energy complex.” At that time he was 25 years old, he held the position of first deputy director of the department of joint projects on the shelf.

Ivan Sechin graduated from the Faculty of Economics of Moscow State University and also studied at the Moscow School of Economics of Moscow State University.

In total, Igor Sechin, according to open sources, had three children - daughter Inga and son Ivan from his first marriage, daughter Varvara from his second.