Peace is the virtue of civilization. War is its crime.
– Viktor Hugo
Indeed, war is an event that freezes the time of history, and destroys everything made by humans.
Millions of people have died defending their countries and the dignity of people during World War II, and their names will forever live on. Among those names are 350,000 thousand Azerbaijanis and 300,000 Georgians.
70 years have passed since that horrendous period. Day-by-day, those who have faced merciless, bloody and brutal days become fewer and fewer, and the years of pain and sorrow have remained forever in their memories.
Black Sea Terminal systematically cares for World War II veterans residing in the municipality of Khobi. The tradition continues this year too. During the event dedicated to 70th anniversary of World War II, our company representatives congratulated veterans on this significant day, wished them health, long life and informed them that as it has been in previous years, Black Sea Terminal will transfer monetary rewards to their bank accounts.
Each year, May 9th reminds us again that war and bloodshed, is evil, and makes us feel the value of peace.
*Note: Participant of World War II, Chief of the Committee of World War II Veterans residing in Khobi, Mr. Aleksandre Tskhadaia, contacted us and expressed his gratitude for the charity, noting thatalmost a century-old people are happy for the warm attitude and attention to war veterans systematically expressed by Black Sea Terminal LLC management.