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"Diamonds of Anabar" will start mining diamonds at a federal site in Yakutia

OAO Almazy Anabara, a subsidiary of AK Alrosa, will begin mining diamonds in the subsoil area of ​​federal significance in Yakutia - the company has received a combined license

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order according to which Almazy Anabara will be able to conduct geological study, exploration and production of alluvial diamonds in the subsoil area, including the Ochuos brook and the right tributary of the Anabar River, located in Yakutia.

Nizhne-Lenskoye OJSC (part of Almazy Anabara) took part in the tender for the right to use this subsoil block, which was won by Almazy Anabara.

A one-time payment for use will amount to 1,8 million rubles, according to the press service of the regional government.

Two years ago, at the end of December 2014, Almazy Anabara received a license for geological exploration, exploration and production of alluvial diamonds and associated components at the Malaya Kuonamka river deposit with the Maspaki tributary (Republic of Sakha, Yakutia). A one-time payment for the use of subsoil at that time amounted to 4,8 million rubles.
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