• Avrupa Minerals has received a new, 7-year exploration permit covering the Slivova gold prospect in Kosovo
  • The company discovered the gold prospect in late 2012
  • Avrupa Minerals CEO and Director Paul Kuhn sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news
  • Avrupa Minerals Ltd is a junior exploration and development company
  • Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (AVU) opened trading at C$.06 per share

Avrupa Minerals (AVU) has received a 7-year exploration permit covering the Slivova gold prospect in Kosovo.

Avrupa Minerals CEO and Director Paul Kuhn sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.

“We are truly excited to reclaim the Slivova gold prospect after several years of working out the exploration licensing situation in the project area. The new exploration license allows us up to seven years to potentially advance the prospect to a mining solution, and is more than double the size of the original Slivova license. In addition to upgrading the main zone and close-in satellite deposits, we will now have the opportunity to follow on new targets and previously-speculated extensions to further increase the size of the mineral resource at Slivova. The company is actively discussing with potential mining partners to quickly advance the Project through joint venture operations.”

Avrupa Minerals is a junior exploration and development company.

Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (AVU) opened trading at C$.06 per share.

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