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Vast Resources granted mining licence in Romania

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Vast Resources said Romania authorities had granted it with a mining licence for its proposed Baita Plai project.

A formal association licence was granted by Romania’s National Agency for Mineral Resources.

‘After a long and difficult process, we are delighted to now be in a position to work towards the re-opening of the Baita Plai polymetallic mine,’ chief executive Andrew Prelea said.

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‘This historic event marks the granting of an association licence of a polymetallic mine in Romania for the first time in 19 years and has been a learning experience for all the entire team and all stakeholders.’

Source: stockmarketwire

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