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Chaarat Gold has strategic importance of gold deposit confirmed at forum

The forum attracted 100 guests and was the first stage of the strategy agreed between Chaarat and the Kyrgyz Government
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Forum hghlighted Chaarat's asset as one of strategic importance

Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd’s (LON:CGH) 7.04mln ounce gold deposit was highlighted as a strategic asset for the Kyrgyz Republic  at an investment forum co-hosted by the company.

Entitled "The Kyrgyz Republic - a true democracy open for business", the Government's support for the development of the stage one Tulkubash Heap Leach Project was re-iterated said Chaarat, which held the event with the Kyrgyz embassy and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

The forum attracted 100 guests and was the first stage of the strategy agreed between Chaarat and the Kyrgyz Government to educate and inform the international investor community about the country as an investment destination. 

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