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More strong Adriatic drill success in Bosnia

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Drilling hit 18m grading 17.6% zinc, 9.4% lead, 508 grams per tonne silver, 3.8gpt gold, 52% barium sulphate and 0.5% copper.

The Sandfire Resources-backed Adriatic has four rigs in action drilling a body of mineralisation it claims has been showing “world class grade and thickness”.

Sandfire holds 7.7% of Adriatic, while directors and management cumulatively own 34.4%.

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Adriatic has been indicating its various projects in Bosnia have been receiving good support from both authorities and locals.

Source: miningnews.net

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