Source: Cordoba Minerals Corp.
  • Cordoba Minerals (CDB) gives an update on recent activities
  • The company has been closely monitoring the impact of the ongoing public demonstrations on social reformation
  • Cordoba’s main focus remains to be focused on the health and safety of all its employees and contractors
  • Operations have been suspended at San Matias
  • All office work on the Feasibility Study technical programs for the Alacran Project will continue as usual
  • Cordoba Mínenlas (CDB) is down 9 per cent, trading at C$0.51 at 10:24 pm EST

Cordoba Minerals (CDB) suspended its in-fill drilling program and other on-site work at the San Matias Copper-Gold-Silver Project.

Stops on-site work

The company has been monitoring the impact of the ongoing public demonstrations on social reformation taking place across Colombia. Due to the ongoing situation, the company has stopped on-site work.

Cordoba’s main focus remains on the health and safety of its employees and contractors and its host communities. Due to that fact, the company immediately suspended operations at San Matias.

In the future, the company will work with local authorities to determine when to re-commence its camp activities and Feasibility Study in-fill drilling program.

All office work on the Feasibility Study technical programs for the Alacran Project will continue as usual.

Alternatively, work will resume within the next seven to 10 days, but monitoring the situation in Colombia will continue.

Cordoba Minerals is a mineral exploration company focused on developing and acquiring copper and gold projects.

Currently, the company is developing the San Matias Copper-Gold-Silver Project in the Department of Cordoba, Colombia. 

Cordoba Minerals (CDB) is down 9 per cent, trading at C$0.51 at 10:24 pm EST.


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