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Altair Resources prepares to start drilling at zinc-lead-silver property in Kosovo

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Canada’s Altair Resources has announced that drilling operations on the Crepulje zinc-lead-silver property, located in the municipality of Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo, are about to commence.

The company plans to drill between 10 and 20 holes depending on the results of the last gravity survey, according to a statement published on the  website of Altair Resources.

According to preliminary indications, the survey has identified three separate anomalies which will be further explored in the process of drilling.

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Altair Resources was established in 2005 in British Columbia, Canada. It is a company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties.

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