Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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More than 90 tons of gold mined in the regions of the Far East

More than 90 tons of gold mined in the regions of the Far East
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The Ministry of Finance calculated how much gold and silver was mined in the regions of the Far East from January to July 2021. In total, gold production in Russia amounted to 145,88 tons, and in the Far Eastern Federal District - more than 91,5 tons.

According to the ministry, most of the gold was mined in the Magadan region. The total volume of placer and ore precious metals in the region amounted to more than 25,1 tons. Almost 18,5 tons were mined in Yakutia. Khabarovsk Territory for the specified period showed the result of 12,45 tons. More than 11,5 tons were mined in Chukotka, and in the Amur region - about 11,3 tons.

The Trans-Baikal Territory (6,04 tons), Kamchatka (3,2 tons), Buryatia (2,6 tons) fell short of ten tons. A little more than 690 kilograms were mined in Sakhalin, 49,8 kilograms in Primorye and 3,16 kilograms in the Jewish Autonomy.

Silver production amounted to 233,79 tons in Russia. Of this volume, 210,66 tons are in the Far East. The leader is again the Magadan region. More than 92,8 tons of silver were produced here. Another 62,8 tons were mined in Chukotka. Yakutia showed a result of 22,9 tons, and Transbaikalia - 13 tons.

Less than ten tons were mined in the Khabarovsk Territory (8,8 tons), in Kamchatka (4,9 tons), in the Amur Region (2,7 tons). The Sakhalin Region showed a production level of 1,35 tons, Buryatia - 1,3 tons. Also, a little more than six kilograms were mined in the Primorsky Territory and 0,8 kilograms in the Jewish Autonomy.

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