Global Gold Corporation - International Gold Mining, Development and Exploration in Armenia and Chile


Getik, a promising gold exploration property in Armenia, was acquired by Global Gold in 2006 and 2007. The exploration license area is approximately 27 square kilometers, and the property is located in northeastern Armenia in the Geghargunik region.

The property had been explored for gold and uranium by the Soviets, and the results of their work indicate the presence of uranium oxide in one portion and gold (2-5 million tonnes of ore estimated at 4-5 g/t) in another.  Exploration and drill results from 2006 confirm gold potential in one zone and gold and silver potential in another zone.  Global Gold’s current exploration program is staged over a period of 3 years, with drilling.

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