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Chernobyl Tour Operator Association mission is to constantly improve the service and experience for the tourists travelling to the Chernobyl exclusion zone. This is executed through its members and board, which is constantly finding better ways how to amaze and truthfully inform the visitors in Chernobyl about the history, accident, consequences, radiation safety, nature and work nowadays in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. We will do all our work professionally and with deep respect to the Chernobyl zone as a museum and memorial that should be kept for further generations.
Aleksey Loginov – Vice President for operations
He was born March 5, 1987 in Melitopol, Ukraine. Since January 2014 he is the President of Chernobyl Tour Operator Association. He works at CHERNOBYLwel.come as the COO. From 2011 to 2013 he worked as the Head of the department at the Chernobyl Interinform Agency in Chernobyl. In 2009 he graduated from Melitopol’skij Gosudarstvennyj Pedagogicheskij Universitet in the Ukraine and majored in Information technologies. After that he worked as a sales representative for Argo Group in Kiev. He is married and has one child. He loves soccer and travelling.
Dominik Orfanus – President
Founder of CHERNOBYLwel.come and an enthusiast of Chernobyl zone with almost 100 trips guided since 2008. Idea maker for Clean up Chernobyl charity and Chernobyling festival. Former journalist with sense of humour and passion for ice hockey. He is married, lives in Bratislava, Slovakia with his wife, 3 daughters and a dog. Looks like he is bold….but not due to Chernobyl visits 😉
Tatiana Bezpalko – Vice President for Charity
A former visitor to the Exclusion zone who feel in love with it back in 2015, and ever since she works there trying to be in touch with every project which might be helpful for the Chernobyl zone and its residents. Working as official Chernobyl guide all this time, she spends there more days than home, and visits many Chernobyl self-settlers as their family member. She lives in Kiev and loves adventures. She is not married yet, probably still looking for a man who would agree to celebrate their wedding in Chernobyl.
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