COPPERSTONE RESOURCES AB: COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BOARD OF NORRBOTTEN APPROVES OF EXPLOITATION CONCESSION FOR EVA

Copperstone Resources AB (“Copperstone” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the County Administration Board of Norrbotten, Sweden, yesterday recommended that the Company should receive an exploitation concession for the Eva-deposit (Eva K nr 1). The Company will work diligently to fulfill the conditions regarding reindeer herding and environmental quality norms that the County Administration Board set up in its recommendation. The process now continues for final decision by the Mining Inspectorate.

”The recommendation by the County Administration Board of Norrbotten for the concession Eva K nr 1 is welcomed and a very positive opinion to the Mining Inspectorate. We are looking forward to a speedy process with the Mining Inspectorate and we continue the development of the Copperstone project with undiminished efforts.” comments Copperstone Chairman Michael Mattsson.

For further information, please contact Michael Mattsson, Chairman Copperstone Resources AB, + 46 70 573 97 77 or Per Storm, CEO Copperstone Resources AB, +46 705 94 90 24, e-mail: per.storm@copperstone.se or refer to Copperstone Resources webpage: www.copperstone.se.

This press release contains insider information which Copperstone Resources AB is obliged to publish according to the EU market abuse regulation (MAR). The information was delivered by the above mentioned contact for publishing June 21st 2017 at 08.00 CET.

 

Copperstone Resources AB (publ) is a mining exploration company focusing on the Copperstone project in the vicinity of the Skellefte field. This project has the potential to become one of the biggest base- and precious metal deposits in the Nordic Region.

Copperstone Resources has eight exploration tenements covering approx. 8756 acres and two mining concessions and one applied concession covering a total of 82 acres.

The share (COPP B) of the Company is traded on Nasdaq First North Stockholm with G&W Fondkommission as the Certified Adviser.