President Putin has broken his silence on the apparent death of Evgeni Pregosian and the plane crash, sending condolences to Pregosian’s family. Putin claims to have known Pregosian since the 90s and that investigators will determine the cause based on what they say. Pregosian was a talented businessman and expertise, and it may take time to establish the cause based on the investigation.
The plane crash has sparked speculation on social media about Pregosian’s death. The Russian Aviation Agency says Pregosian and Wagner co-founder Mitri Utkin were both on the list of passengers, but there is no evidence to support this theory. Flight radar tracking service data shows that the plane took off northwest of Moscow and disappeared over the Veda region 300 kilometers northwest of Moscow.
Eyewitnesses claim they heard the sound of an explosion before the plane started falling, leading to speculation that the plane may have been shot down by Russian air defense. However, unverified pictures showing small holes in the fuselage over the plane have been used as evidence to support this theory. Another theory suggests that there was an explosion on board the plane, with the explosive device placed in the landing gear compartment.
Russian authorities are investigating the crash, but there is no visible proof of Pregosian’s death. The investigation is not neutral, and there is no visual evidence to support this theory. As more information emerges, it is essential to continue investigating and providing updates on the case.