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Arian Silver Corp (LON:ACQ) has taken out an option to acquire three lithium exploration projects in Mexico.
The projects cover 1,600 hectares in Zacatecas State, a region known for its lithium deposits said Arian.
The vendor is a privately held company, Comercializadora Gacu SA de CV, with the cost up to US$200,000 payable in instalments over the next 12 months including a non-refundable deposit of US$20,000.
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Jim Williams, Arian’s chief executive, said the option was part of a strategy to diversify from exclusively exploring silver deposits.
Preliminary exploration at the projects (Pozo Hondo, Columpio, Abundancia) is already underway, he added and will be carried out alongside its silver exploration
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