oh Peter Alexandrovich Kucherenko, Russia’s Deputy Minister of Science and Education and Higher Education, died on Saturday, according to a shared note. This Sunday, just in case.
According to the information provided, the person in charge, who died at the age of 46, fell ill during the flight after an official visit to Cuba.
An emergency landing was carried out at Mineralnye Vody airport in Russia, and medics boarded the plane “to be able to carry out immediate resuscitation maneuvers,” according to the TASS agency. Health services also explained that they tried everything but could not save the person responsible.
“We express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Peter Alexandrovich,” said an official note from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
He leaves behind a wife and a son, according to international publications.
Deputy Minister of Science and Universities Kucherenko, 46, arrived in Russia by plane from Cuba. pic.twitter.com/nERf0bwlwa
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