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Dundee Precious Metals propels Čoka Rakita gold project in Serbia amid promising economic study

Dundee Precious Metals has unveiled a promising preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its Čoka Rakita gold discovery in Serbia. Despite initial investment of US$381...

Exploring the newly discovered gold and mineral deposits on Mount Rogozna in Serbia

To date, significant drilling efforts on Mount Rogozna, where this deposit is located, have revealed substantial quantities of gold, copper, lead and zinc. "We've...

Strickland Metals expands portfolio: Secures Rogozna Gold Project in Serbia for growth initiatives

Strickland Metals Ltd has announced its acquisition of the Rogozna Gold Project, a significant move set to bolster its position in the global mining...

Reviving mining in Northern Greece: The Skouries project financing journey

Mining has been a part of northern Greece's history since at least the 6th century BC, with gold and silver mines thriving under the...

Unlocking Serbia’s gold reserves: Surge in mining exploration

Data from the World Gold Council reveals that approximately 210,000 tons of gold have been extracted globally thus far, with a significant portion, around...

Underground gold mining at Kumtor can provide hundreds of millions of additional dollars to the Kyrgyzstan’s budget

The Kumtor deposit is one of the ten largest gold deposits in the world. The mine is located in the Issyk-Kol region in the...

Armenia restarts controversial gold mine

Armenia has announced the resumption of mining at the gold deposit in Amulsar mountain, near the southern resort town of Jermuk. For years the project...

Turkey, Production from its Kiziltepe in 2023 should be around 18,000oz of gold

Ariana Resources PLC has said production from its Kiziltepe gold mining interests in Turkey should be around 18,000 ounces of gold in 2023, with a reduction...

Lykos Balkan Metals has found significant quantities of gold at its Sinjakovo project in northwestern Bosnia

“Laboratory findings of the last year’s geological explorations in the area of the Jezero municipality have confirmed the presence of significant quantities of gold,”...
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