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General Georgi Koskov - James Bond WikiAppears in:


  • Dutch actor Jeroen Krabbé, born in 1944.

Attempted methods of killing Bond:

  • Drugs and captures Bond and flies him to a Soviet airbase in Afghanistan to turn him in as Pushkin's assassin.
  • Smuggles Necros onto the military cargo plane to personally deal with Bond.

Evil scheme:

  • Stages a defection to the West to plant suspicion on Pushkin, then stages his own "recapture" by Russian forces.
  • Absconds with Russian funds for arms.
  • Trades funds with Whitaker for arms for Russians, but also to purchase raw opium from Afghanis.
  • Opium to be processed for many times its original value to ensure Koskov's and Whittaker's fortunes.
  • Sets up his mistress Kara Milovy as a sniper during his defection, and engineers Bond as counter-sniper to ensure she is killed, covering his tracks.

How plans were foiled:

  • Bond makes a split-second decision to not shoot Karaduring Koskov's defection, which provides him with a "lead" to uncovering what Koskov is really up to.
  • In Afghanistan, Bond hijacks the aircraft with opium, and manages to dump it all in his fight with Necros.
  • Bond, though outgunned, kills Whitaker by using his exploding key-chain to topple a statue of Wellington onto him.

How he is dispatched:

  • AtBrad Whitaker's Tangier HQ, he is arrested by Pushkin and his forces and likely executed afterwards.


Defining dialogue:

  • "I'm sorry, James. For you I have great affection, but we have an old saying: duty has no sweethearts."

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