Interview with Olexiy and Alexander Prokhorenko, Atomkeep.com | socalTECH.com
Thank you, Ben. ;)
However, my name is spelled wrong again because of that crazy spelling. My name is really Alexander, however, my international passport spells my name turned into Olexandr, because it first translates into Ukrainian (orig.: Александр - Олександр - Olexandr).
I was born in Soviet Union, everybody spoken Russian, my name is Alexander. However, when the Soviet Union crashed, I've appeared to be the citizen of independent Ukraine, and became Olexandr.
P.S. However, I'm lucky enough to name my son Ivan. His name is pretty universal ;) (orig.: Иван - Iван - Ivan).
Fixed... Our apologies on not reconfirming the spelling.
Thanks ;) Not a big deal though.
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