Romania cannot speed up the permit- application process for Gabriel Resources Ltd. (GBU)’s gold-mine, as requested by the country’s president, because the size of the project requires caution, Environment Minister Attila Korodi told radio station Radio France International.
Korodi, who took over as minister yesterday, said he will “analyze in great detail in the next few weeks” the Rosia Montana project’s environment assessment procedure, according to RFI. Rosia Montana Gold Corp., majority-owned by Gabriel Resources, needs an environmental permit to start work at the mine.
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