Michael Vlokozu, the prime minister of the Vlokozu Union was assassinated on March 25, 1989 while riding on a motorcade.
Vlokozu was riding with his wife Laverne, the then-prime minister of Japan, Noboru Takeshita, Secretary General of the Pacific Pact, Eduard Hisakawa, and fourteen Vlokouzian officials including the future El Kadsreian prime minister Kouki Hisakawa when he was fatally shot. Takeshita and Hisakawa were seriously wounded in the attack. The motorcade rushed to NTT Medical Center where Vlokozu was pronounced dead. Takeshita and Hisakawa were recovered from injuries months after the attack.
Susumu Mizushima, who was in El Kadsre City having the family reunion at the time of the assassination, was automatically assumed the prime ministership upon Vlokozu’s death.
Vlokozu chose to travel to Japan for talks about stock trading and aid. It was the second time he visited Japan that year, after he traveled to attend the funeral of Hirohito.
On March 25, 1989, Michael Vlokozu was riding on a motorcade through Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan after visiting Vlokouzian students at Hoshi University. David Hukina took up position on the balcony of his apartment, and shot him with a SKS semi-automatic carbine firing 7.62×39mm M43 rounds from a distance. The bullets struck Michael in the legs, torso, left cheek, and right foot, and eight Vlokouzian officials in various body locations.
Driver Darren Cho drove the motorcade to NTT Medical Center Tokyo in the Gotanda district of Shinagawa, where Vlokozu was pronounced dead on arrival.
David Hukina fled back to Vicnora, where he was unhappy about the way Vicnora was changed during the Vlokozuian occupation. He then moved to El Kadsre a week later. Hukina died after he was shot by Kayne Jones while leaving the police station on August 28, 1989.