"Opti Taxi" joined the All-Ukrainian initiative to find children: we will help in trouble together Mariupol


The event was held in the Ukrainian capital in the presence of Vasily Bohdan, Head of the Department for the Prevention of Minors of the National Police of Ukraine (NPU) and Executive Director of Opti Global Vladislav Tkachenko.

“In the near future, all users of the application will receive notifications about the missing child,” Bogdan commented on his official Facebook page.

Involving organizations that provide services to the public sector is very important, he said, as police units register dozens of reports of missing children every day. Each such message requires an immediate response, including with the involvement of all available resources and tools.

“I am glad that our drivers and customers from all over Ukraine have joined this initiative at this difficult time. Together, we can greatly facilitate the work of law enforcement officers and reduce the precious time spent searching for children. Moreover, I am sure that our joint work will save the nerves and mental strength of the parents,” Vladislav Tkachenko, Executive Director of Opti Taxi, commented on the beginning of cooperation.

The initiative to search for children will be implemented with the help of the Opti-Taxi dispatch service, which operates under the abbreviated number 579. In addition, all customers of the site using the free mobile application will be able to join the search for children.

Petr Kovtun, founder and CEO of Opti Global, is pleased with the cooperation with the National Police of Ukraine: “Our services are a national brand and a family business. Children are our main asset in these extremely difficult times. Together we can help parents find their children, and law enforcement in their work, which will become even more important in 2022.”

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