Rosneft Executive

Position: First Deputy Director of the Department of Joint Projects on the Shelf of the Rosneft Company.

Cargo ID: #1158

English Name: Ivan Igorevich Sechin

Russian Name: Сечин Иван Игоревич

Date of Birth: January 3, 1989 (age: 35 years)

Place of Birth: Leningrad, Russia

Lived in: Izumrudnaya Street in the “Europe-1” cottage community in Krasnogorsk, Moscow

lived in Moscow at Swedish Deadlock, building 3. This address has already been mentioned in connection with high-ranking officials of the Russian Federation. In particular, the RBC publication noted that Igor Sechin himself lived here. According to Mediazona, this address belongs to the category of “houses for Putin’s associates.”

Place of Death: Moscow (via "detached blood clot")

Sechin’s son officially “lost a blood clot, large purple patch on the side of the neck” 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. At the same time, according to sources of the Cheka-OGPU, the head of Rosneft prohibited the Investigative Committee and the FSB from investigating the death of his son.
"The security called an ambulance, but gave an inaccurate address. As a result, the doctors drove for almost two hours and by this time the man had died,"

Education: Moscow State University

Awards: Medal "of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland 2nd Class"

It is, of course, possible this was a natural death, though the death of Alexei Navalny [Cargo ID #1159] via the same means just 10 days later is rather suspect. We assess the most likely motives for this is that it removed a competitor of Nikolai Patrushev's son Dmitry; or as payback for the murder of Prigozhin.
Virtually all pictures of Ivan Sechin have been wiped with only one that is reported to be him.
The oil executive son of the 'only man Vladimir Putin trusts' has reportedly died after 'after complaining he was suffocating' in an elite village near Moscow.
Sechin’s son worked at Gazprombank, and in 2014 he moved to Rosneft, where he first received the position of deputy head of one of the departments of the offshore projects department, and then first deputy director of the department of joint projects on the shelf.
At the age of 25, Ivan Sechin was awarded the medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree, “for his great contribution to the development of the fuel and energy complex and many years of conscientious work.” Then State Duma deputy Valery Rashkin sent a request to the presidential administration about the reasons for the award. There he was told that Energy Minister Alexander Novak had applied for the award. In 2021, Ivan Sechin declared income of 61.8 million rubles. His death was not publicly reported.

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