Rahovec's new reserves of gold with up to 7.97 grams per ton of raw minerals according to a Serbian party

Rahovec map, google screenshot
Rahovec map - google maps screenshot

  Just a few days before Kosovo declares its independence, the representatives of "Rio Tinto" (Lydian International) announced that have discovered in Rahovec new reserves of gold with an average of 1.87 grams of gold per ton of raw minerals, which goes up to 7.97 grams per ton, but even without this estimates they suggest that the findings of seven strategic minerals (plumbum, zinc, silver, nickel, manganese, molybdenum and boron) in Kosovo, these minerals amount goes up to US $ 1,000 billion, the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (PUPS) says.

As B92 writes, PUPS has mentioned this discovery as an argument, on the occasion of the messages of the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic relating to Trepça workers," until Serbia will exist no one will grab Trepça from you, because there is no offer that will make Serbia to pass the 'red line' and drop out of its property in Kosovo.

PUPS points out that Kosovo, 105 years ago, after several centuries," has been returned home" and "Serbia has returned to its hometown".

Party of United Pensioners of Serbia logo
Party of United Pensioners of Serbia logo
The statement states further that the most important European mine by the time of Nemanjić dynasty was Novoberda, where silver was blended with gold, and from the beginning of the 15th century emerged one of the oldest mining laws in Europe, the Despot Mining Code, Stefan Lazarević, 1412, and that during the time of Đurđa Brankovića, there have been met one-fifth of the European needs for silver.

Archaeological excavations prove that the minerals in Kosovo are explored even before the advent of the Romans, and during the Roman Empire, the former provinces of South Moesia (today's territory of central Serbia and Kosovo) is considered a mining province. By the late of 19th century, foreign capital began to enter in the mining sector in Kosovo during the time of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, when the British invested in the exploitation of minerals near the village of Trepça, Stan Tërg, announces the PUPS.

Stan Tërg map - google maps screenshot
Stan Tërg map - google maps screenshot
This party explains why "Trepça mines are mentioned every day by researchers and investors, bypassing the only address they can talk about: if the right of ownership are respected: that is the Government of the Republic of Serbia," is said in the PUPS statement.
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