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Minvostokrazvitiya: Yano-Kolyma gold province awaits state support

At a meeting of the Government of the Magadan Region chaired by the First Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East Alexander Osipov, the possibility of state support of socially significant projects in the Far East and the Magadan Region was considered. One of the most important projects that seek financial support from Minvostokrazvitiya is the development of the Yano-Kolyma gold province, which includes the Natalka deposit.

According to Grachev, General Director of Polyus Gold, taking into account the results of the audit of reserves, a decision was made to speed up the adjustment of the precious metal mining technology, after which a decision will be made on the timing of the Natalka GOK's commissioning. All major work on the further development of the deposit, including the construction of a gold recovery plant, is underway.

The Natalka gold deposit on Kolyma is a part of the Yano-Kolyma gold province, located in the north-west of the region and in the northeastern part of Yakutia. The total potential of only Magadan part of the Yano-Kolyma province is about 5 thousand tons of gold.

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