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"Someone must pay for what happened here. And it will not be me."
―Dimitri Olshenko[src]

Dimitri Olshenko (Russian: Дмитрий Ольшенко) is the current Prime Minister of Russia. His life was saved by Lance Hunter and Bobbi Morse during an assassination attempt of the Inhuman General Androvich.


Prime Minister

Attempted Assassination

Olshenko is betrayed by his opposition

Following the symposium in Taiwan, a proposal of a sanctuary for Inhumans in Russia was offered. Olshenko was against the idea and sent his attaché Yuri Krupin to a facility in Siberia to shut the project down. He went to Siberia to meet with Anton Petrov to discuss the proposed. However, once there, Olshenko asked where was Krupin, but Petrov said he had been killed because his objection. Olshenko stated that the opposition members were traitors. Suddenly S.H.I.E.L.D. appeared and Lance Hunter took him and ran. He explained that his life where in danger and shot Petrov who tried to kill Olshenko. Inhuman General Androvich then used his power and created a shadow to assassinate Olshenko. Hunter fought him and after agent Bobbi Morse killed Androvich, the shadow disappeared. Soldiers then entered and arrested Hunter and Morse.[1]

Freeing Morse and Hunter

Olshenko then watched Inspector Duval interrogated Lance Hunter and Bobbi Morse. After President Matthew Ellis arrived, he told him that he suspected them to be agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Ellis denied it, but Olshenko told him he had to explain how three of his government officials had been killed. With the help of Phil Coulson, Olshenko was convinced that the two were not S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and were just a couple on vacation that got caught up in the conflict. He agreed to let the two be freed.[1]


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