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2 Sep 2019

Mining Journal

Armenia: Court compels police to investigate protestors who blockaded Lydian International mine

"Victory for Lydian as Armenia launches criminal case", 18 August 2019

Lydian International has scored a victory in Armenia after a court of appeal compelled local police to prosecute a group of protesters who have been illegally blocking access to the Amulsar gold project for more than a year. A lower court ruled on April 10 in support of Lydian's complaint against local police, who had said there was no basis for the removal of protestors, their vehicles, tents and trailers. Lydian confirmed Friday the Armenia prosecutors office had indeed initiated a criminal case...