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Adriatic chases ESG target with zinc offtake

THE clock is ticking for development of Adriatic Metals’ flagship Vares project in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with first metal due next month and the final pieces starting to fall into place, according to managing director Paul Cronin.

 Vares is "looking like a functional mine site"

Vares is "looking like a functional mine site"

Cronin told MNN development of the polymetallic Rupice deposit was always designed to slot into Europe's economy seamlessly, aligned both to the European Critical Minerals Act and Bosnia's social and economic...

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