Raiden to progress lithium plans at Andover following heritage survey

Raiden Resources (ASX:RDN) has received results from a preliminary heritage survey at the Andover North and South projects in Western Australia, which allows the company to progress its exploration plans. 

“These heritage survey results now allow Raiden to confidently progress with the planning, and execution, of its exploration plans in the knowledge that we will not be disturbing areas of cultural significance to the Ngarluma people,” Managing Director Dusko Ljubojevic says. 

Raiden reports that areas of cultural significance are not expected to hinder the planned drilling of known lithium-bearing pegmatite mineralisation at the Andover South Project. 

The company will now begin to engage with drilling contractors, with a drilling program to follow shortly after. 

At the Andover North Project, the company is also currently in progress with planning exploration work. 

On receipt of the final report for Andover North, management will finalise the exploration program which will focus on testing further potential for pegmatite-hosted mineralisation on the project. 

Raiden Resources is a dual-listed lithium, base metal, and gold explorer focused on its assets in Western Australia, Serbia, and Bulgaria. 

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