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Response by Access Asia Mining

Author: Access Asia Mining, Published on: 14 May 2018

...AAM does not have any granted leases in Shan State...

...AAM has never engaged with the Tatmadaw to solicit their support or to request security...

...AAM has always found the areas of Myanmar that we operate in safe and secure with a welcoming people.  We have never felt the need for security...as we have no operations or permanent presence in Shan State...

...If at some point in the future AAM is granted a lease, our regional exploration will have a virtually non-existent environmental and social impact. At this state exploration is a data gathering scientific process.  As a Singapore company with Australian management we are committed to internationl best practice standards and to proceeding with our work only after extensive consultation with local communities.

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