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Amulsar: A Possibility for the Modernization of the Armenian Mining Sector
Amulsar: A Possibility for the Modernization of the Armenian Mining Sector 29-05-2019 We also believe that those who put time, effort and resources into preventing Lydian from operating the Amulsar project, knowingly or inadvertently, are preventing Armenia from having a mining project that will set new environmental standards for its mining industry.
Criminal Court Rules Police to Initiate Criminal Investigation Against Protesters Blocking Amulsar Project Site
Criminal Court Rules Police to Initiate Criminal Investigation Against Protesters Blocking Amulsar Project Site 23-04-2019 On April 19, 2019 the Criminal Court of Appeal of the Republic of Armenia rejected the appeal filed by the Vayots Dzor Prosecutor requesting that the court’s ruling in favour of the Company be overturned.
Court Orders Police to Remove Trespassers and Assure Lydian Free Access to Amulsar
Court Orders Police to Remove Trespassers and Assure Lydian Free Access to Amulsar 12-04-2019 w. To the extent that Armenian authorities fail to implement the decision of the Administrative Court of the Republic of Armenia and do not remove trespassers from the Amulsar Project site, Armenia will continue to be in breach of its obligations under Armenian and international law.
Armenian Government Commences the Third Audit
Armenian Government Commences the Third Audit 20-03-2019 The Armenian government’s actions and inactions form part of an ongoing campaign targeting Lydian’s investments in Armenia.
Lydian Announces Submission of Notices to Government of Armenia Under Bilateral Investment Protection Treaties
Lydian Announces Submission of Notices to Government of Armenia Under Bilateral Investment Protection Treaties 11-03-2019 Whether or not Lydian UK or Lydian Canada will initiate arbitration proceedings will depend on the conduct of the Government of Armenia
Lydian warned the Government on possible environmental issues
Lydian warned the Government on possible environmental issues 18-02-2019 Until this is the case all responsibility for any environmental, water and air degradations lies with the government of the Republic of Armenia.
Lydian Announces Updates for Hydrogeological Survey and Amulsar Project Audit
Lydian Announces Updates for Hydrogeological Survey and Amulsar Project Audit 30-01-2019 The results of the Hydrogeological Survey confirmed the findings of Lydian’s previous work in 2013 and support the findings of the Amulsar Project’s Environmental Impact Assessment (“EIA”) and Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (“ESIA”), conclusively demonstrating that there is no hydraulic connection between the groundwater regimes at the Amulsar Project and Jermuk.
People out-migrate in search of jobs, as the Amulsar project remains closed
People out-migrate in search of jobs, as the Amulsar project remains closed 22-01-2019 Since the illegal blockage of the roads to the Amulsar project, the out-migration has increased in these communities compared to 2017.
Lydian Announces Access to the Amulsar Site for Winterization Purposes
Lydian Announces Access to the Amulsar Site for Winterization Purposes 29-11-2018 This work is being performed to reduce damage to equipment and help ensure an efficient restart of construction, mining, and commissioning activities once permanent access has been established
Lydian Armenia is concerned
Lydian Armenia is concerned 01-09-2018 The Company calls Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to take urgent steps towards elimination of the ongoing illegality around the Amulsar Project and stop illegal actions against this international Company by government agencies.

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