CCAfrica member, Algold shares exciting news!
Mr. Francois Auclair reports
ALGOLD RECEIVES 30-YEAR MINING LICENSE FOR TIJIRIT IN MAURITANIA
The Mauritanian Council of Ministers has issued a formal decree granting a 30-year mining license for Algold Resources Ltd.’s Tijirit project. This decree formalizes the Mauritanian Ministry of Oil, Energy and Mines consent to the grant, as previously announced by Algold on June 12, 2017.
“This milestone is a significant achievement for both Mauritania and Algold. It is an important step in our growth plan for Tijirit, as well as for the development of other deposits within the licensed area, which extends over some 300 square kilometers,” said Francois Auclair, chief executive officer, Algold. “We are very grateful for the government of Mauritania’s ongoing strong support of Algold as demonstrated by the formal grant of the 30-year mining license. This is an important endorsement by the government of Mauritania for Algold.”
“In less than 18 months, Algold has successfully acquired a highly prospective property, completed several rounds of financing to raise over $20-million, including $3.7-million from Mauritanian partners, built a growing exploration camp, carried out 45,000 metres of drilling in three phases, filed a National Instrument 43-101-compliant resource report and received the formal grant of a 30-year mining lease from the government of Mauritania,” said Algold chairman Benoit La Salle. “Algold has made significant progress in a short period of time and we plan to continue to build on this success with a focus on execution and results.”