We believe that an understanding and appreciation of our history is paramount for our prosperity as a society in the national, European, and world contexts.
That is why, in addition to our other initiatives, we invest in historical projects. To date, we have funded and organized the construction of two war monuments in Bulgaria, which have garnered wide appreciation by the public and the endorsement of local mayors and national government.
The Serbian-Bulgarian war monument
On November 7, 2005, to mark the 120th anniversary of the victory of the Bulgarian army in the battle near Slivnitsa in the Serbian-Bulgarian war in 1885, Tchaikapharma High Quality Medicines built a monument of the deceased Bulgarian veterans. The inauguration was attended by the Vice President of the Republic of Bulgaria, war veterans, representatives of military organizations and many citizens.
Simeon the Great’s Aheloi battle monument
To commemorate the 1090th anniversary of the victory of King Simeon the Great in the Aheloi Battle, on August 20, 2007, we inaugurated a new monument in the center of the town of Aheloi. In that decisive battle, 60,000 Bulgarian soldiers defeated the Byzantine Army, which had invaded Bulgaria. In one of the greatest battles of the Middle Ages in Europe, the existence of the Bulgarian state was protected. The monument was inaugurated by Bulgarian Vice President Angel Marin in the presence of many officials, guards of honour and citizens.