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Already this year the level of gold mining in Chukotka can reach 30 tons of gold

By 2019, Chukotka can mine tons of gold from 30 to 39 and 135-153 tons of silver annually.

Such calculations are made on the basis of data on the productivity of mining enterprises, taking into account the timing of the development of deposits in the period from 2014 to 2018 years and the increase in resources and reserves of ore gold and silver as a result of research into new areas.

Over the past six years, 19 areas have been transferred for use, promising for the identification of gold and gold-silver deposits with a total resource potential of about 900 tons of ore gold and 6 thousand tons of silver, - Tatiana Kashirina, head of the subsoil use department of the Department of Industrial Policy of the Government of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, told the Prime agency ...

The level of gold production in Chukotka in the near future will be determined by the productivity of mines, primarily at the Kupol, Mayskoye, Dvoinoe and Karalveem deposits. By 2017, it is expected to put into commercial operation two new gold deposits - Klen and Kekura, located in undeveloped, inaccessible areas.

Already this year the level of production can reach 30 tons of gold and more than 100 tons of silver. According to the results of the year 2013 the Chukotka Autonomous Area received 24,646 tons of gold, becoming the second after the Amur region, where it has been extracted 30,6 tonnes, ahead of the rest of the mining regions of DFO.

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