Out in the main garage, at 10:18:37, Lugo invites Kiefer to take a seat, and leaves on his vodka run after instructing the other goon to watch the front. And that's how Kiefer ends up being the closest person to the back office. This will be important later.
At the Russian restaurant back in Manhattan, Bazhaev leads a young priest named Father Gregor across the dining room, where dead Oleg, in a clean shirt, is laid out in the middle of the room like an irradiated all-you-can-eat buffet. Bazhaev asks Gregor to bury Oleg -- now, out back, like a dead pet. Which should be fun, since the aerial establishing shot before this scene suggested that this restaurant is located right downtown. "My men will dig the grave." Which should be fun, in the alley and all. Gregor tries to protest the impropriety of this, but Bazhaev insists: "Treat him like a soldier who died on the battlefield and must be buried." Gregor carefully asks if that's how he died, but Bazhaev is done answering questions. "Where I end up, I don't care. But this boy is with the angels." Let's just hope he's not with all the other people who have already been killed this season. That room would be a lot more crowded.
Bazhaev heads back to the pantry, where Josef is still pouting on the floor with a guard posted outside. Bazhaev dismisses the guard and tells Josef, "Get up." Josef does not. Bazhaev squats down and says, "Look at me, Josef." Josef does not. Considering how their last conversation about Josef's disobedience went, you'd think he'd be listening a little better. Bazhaev tells Josef that this is all so he can leave Josef and his family "wealth, respect, consequence." There's a reference to Josef's son, and I really hope Josef only has the one. Bazhaev calls Josef his only son and embraces him, then gets him to agree to help Father Gregor bury Oleg. Then the guard knocks on the door and holds out a cell phone. "Vladimir Laitanan," he announces. "He says it's important." Huh, wonder what he wants?