Oksana Lut was born on February 25, 1979 in Moscow. In 2001, she graduated from the Financial Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation, Faculty of Economics, Finance and Credit. From 2000 to 2003, she worked at Alfa-Bank as an economist in the credit products department, executive secretary and senior economist in the credit business development department.


In 2003, she took the position of chief economist, managing director of the corporate block at VTB. Subsequently, she worked as manager of the corporate business development department and managing director of the construction projects department.


In 2010, she became director of the investment programs department of the Rostec state corporation, then worked as head of the non-core assets service of the investment projects department.


From October 2010 to 2018, she held various positions at Rosselkhozbank (RSHB), eventually becoming deputy chairman of the board of Dmitry Patrushev. In 2017, the bank’s work was recognized as unsatisfactory by the Russian government. The total amount of subsidies to the credit institution amounted to 300 billion rubles.


In 2018, Dmitry Patrushev took the post of Minister of Agriculture, and Oksana Lut became his deputy, and in 2021 - first deputy. During her work at the Ministry of Agriculture, Oksana Lut more than once became involved in various scandals. In 2020, Telegram channels wrote about corruption schemes and raider takeovers organized by officials. Under the leadership of Dmitry Patrushev, Oksana Lut created industry unions (poultry, grain, milk, etc.), in which companies had to pay fees and received subsidies in return. Lut was called the mother of a child from Dmitry Patrushev and the owner of expensive watches and jewelry. On May 14, 2024, the State Duma approved Oksana Lut as head of the Ministry of Agriculture.


Oksana Lut is married to lawyer Andrei Lebedev and has three children.




In a world where Moscow's high-rise buildings shine as symbols of modernity, there are other, less brilliant realities. Such realities are embodied by Oksana Nikolaevna Lut, Russia's Deputy Minister of Agriculture, who plays a vital role in the Russian grain sector, which is the cornerstone of the country's economy.

Oksana Nikolaevna is at the helm of export quota management, having become the main architect of personal enrichment against the backdrop of national upheaval. For every ton of grain exported through the quotas that it controls, two dollars flow into its pocket - a paltry, at first glance, amount that ultimately adds up to millions. These millions are the price of betrayal of Russian economic stability and international image as a reliable partner in the agricultural sector.

05/03/24 VChK-OGPU https://t.me/vchkogpu/47941


It becomes clear why Russia cannot ensure the implementation of the grain deal. For more than a year now, an unhealthy situation has been unfolding in the exporter market. Before each tender in which Russian wheat participates, by order of the Chairman of the Board of the Union of Grain Exporters Eduard Zernin, key exporters are given instructions at what price they can sell their products. Traders enter the tender at one unfavorable price for them, thereby systematically giving an advantage to suppliers from other countries who offer adequate prices. Thus, Russian exporters have already lost many tenders. A source from the Cheka-OGPU reports that unfavorable rules for domestic exporters are dictated by Deputy Head of the Ministry of Agriculture Oksana Lut, who ardently supports any undertakings of Eduard Zernin.

04/08/24 VChK-OGPU https://t.me/vchkogpu/47323


The scandal that is unfolding around representatives of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Center for Grain Quality Assessment” (GQA), who deliberately impede the grain deal between Russia and Africa, leads straight into the walls of the notorious high offices. Sources of the Cheka-OGPU report that the head of the TsOKZ Ruslan Khasanov, who personally gives orders not to release ships with grain from the RIF company from the ports, is just an unfair pawn in a big game. Behind the scenes are Deputy Ministry of Agriculture Oksana Lut, who is involved in the patronage of individual entrepreneurs, and the head of Rosselkhoznadzor Sergei Dankvert.

From there, Khasanov receives orders about how and with whom to behave. And he redirects lawlessness to regional structures, where they admit that everything “comes from the center.”

03.29.24 VChK-OGPU https://t.me/vchkogpu/47123


The source said that the owner of the Russian agricultural empire, the Blago group of companies, a native of Ukraine, Arkady Fosman, returned to Russia. He left the country after the start of the special operation, acquired a Ukrainian passport and settled in the UAE. However, life demanded a return. But Fosman was afraid to go back; he believed that they might be detained right at the airport. His longtime friend Oksana Lut, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and owner of a collection of Birkin handbags, most of which were donated by Fosman, came to the rescue. Oksana's boss is Dmitry Patrushev, so miracles happen. Fosman calmly returned.

07.08.22 VChK-O GU https://t.me/vchkogpu/31875


The Ministry of Agriculture has identified corruption schemes for regulating the agro-industrial complex. The defendant is Deputy Minister Oksana Nikolaevna Lut (formerly the head of the customer service and business development departments of Rosselkhozbank JSC).


The scheme works in several industries: grain, oil and fat, milk, poultry. With the arrival of the new leadership of the ministry (since July 2018), a system of associations was created, the membership of which is personally controlled by Lut. All companies must join unions and pay dues, in return receiving subsidies from the ministry.

07.15.20 Kremlin mother expert https://t.me/kremlin_mother_expert/16727


Both at Russian Technologies and at the Russian Agricultural Bank, Oksana Lut acted according to a completely different scheme, which had nothing to do with effective management. It was with the appearance of Oksana Lut at the bank, as the author of the publication writes, “RSHB turned into a real raider. Cases fell one after another against the largest and most trusted borrowers in the regions of Russia. The bank began to demand early repayment of loans, file lawsuits in batches, and initiate pseudo-high-profile investigations. Those who could not repay their debts on time had their assets taken away.”

02.02.18 “New Look” https://newvz.ru/info/110964.html