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Tethyan completes drilling at recently acquired Serbia zinc lead project

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Gold and base metals explorer Tethyan Resources has completed its first drill programme at the recently acquired Kizevak zinc/lead/silver project, in Serbia.

The Kizevak project is situated on an exploration licence held by Tethyan’s Serbian subsidiary Taor and is located 1 km south-east along strike from a past-producing openpit zinc/lead mine.

The TSX-V-listed company said this week that the drill programme consisted of four diamond drill holes for a total of 957.3 m and was designed to test for extensions of mineralisation along-strike from the historic mine.

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The samples have been submitted for analysis and results would be released in due course, Tethyan said,

The company is focused on the Tethyan Metallogenic Belt in Eastern Europe, mainly Serbia, where it is acquiring and exploring a portfolio of quality precious and base metals projects with known mineralisation and compelling drill targets.

Source: miningweekly

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