Judging from the incoming confirmations, the younger son of Yanukovich did drown in Baikal, even though Tsaryov, who confirmed the death of the younger son of Yanukovich, left a small chance that it was another person who died there.
Unlike the older son of Yanukovich, who became one of the symbols of unbridled nepotism and corruption (how can we not remember the cynical statements of Yanukovich that his son became a billionaire so fast "because he worked a lot"), the younger son of Yanukovich wasn't smeared too much (although, just like the older son, he wasn't poor) and showed up in the media very rarely. He was noted by public scandals such as appearing in the state of severe drunkenness. He (if it was him indeed) perished accidentally (although in the case of the accidental deaths in Ukraine one immediately recalls the "strange suicides" or the "accidental deaths" like the death of Kushnaryov
By the fact of his death, I can say neither good nor bad things about Yanukovich's son. It is only possible to note that fate continues to take revenge on the former president of Ukraine for his indecisiveness during the winter of 2013-2014, which led him to lose power, property, money, and now he lost his son.
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