Russian diplomat connected to FSB intelligence ‘discovered dead in Berlin’


Russian diplomat connected to FSB intelligence is discovered dead ‘after falling from higher window of Berlin embassy’

  • 35-year-old man discovered dead outdoors Russian embassy in Berlin on October 19 
  • He was discovered at 7.20am by guards who known as medics, however couldn’t save him 
  • It is assumed he fell to his demise however the embassy refused an post-mortem so no official reason behind demise was given and German prosecutors don’t have any energy to examine
  • Officially he was a diplomat, however German safety sources hyperlink him to the FSB 

By Chris Pleasance for MailOnline

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A Russian diplomat thought to have connections to the Kremlin’s FSB spy company has been discovered dead outdoors the nation’s embassy in Berlin.

The 35-year-old, who served because the second secretary of the embassy since 2019, was discovered lifeless outdoors the constructing on October 19 round 7.20am by guards, with information of his demise first revealed at present.

Medics had been rushed to the scene however had been unable to revive the person. He is believed to have fallen from the highest flooring of the constructing in what the embassy described at present as a ‘tragic accident’.  

A 35-year-old man was discovered dead on the pavement outdoors the Russia embassy in Berlin round 7.20am on October 19, having apparently fallen from the higher flooring (file picture)

But no official reason behind demise has been established as a result of the embassy refused an post-mortem. Because the person was a diplomat on embassy grounds, the general public prosecutor has no authority to perform an investigation.

The diplomat’s physique was returned to Russia the next day in accordance to Der Spiegel, which was first to report the information.

Germany’s international ministry has confirmed the demise after the information turned public, however mentioned it could not remark additional due to ‘privateness causes’. 

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No official reason behind demise has been given as a result of the embassy, in central Berlin, refused an post-mortem and German prosecutors don’t have any authority to examine