European Uranium’s Kuriskova License Declared Valid
November 25, 2013 (Source: Businesswire) — European Uranium Resources, Ltd. (EUU: TSX-V; EUUNF: OTCQX; TGPN: Frankfurt) has received confirmation from the Ministry of Environment (Geology Division) of the Slovak Republic that, as of November 21, 2013, the Company’s Kuriskova Exploration License is valid. Formal renewal of the License is being processed in conformance with the Slovak Republic’s recently amended Geology Act, which became effective November 1, 2013 (see EUU news release dated October 10, 2013).
About European Uranium Resources Ltd.
European Uranium Resources Ltd. is a dedicated European uranium exploration and development company that has built a portfolio of outstanding projects in Slovakia. European Uranium is well placed to become the key uranium exploration and development company in Europe. Europe is the world’s largest per capita consumer of uranium with 160 reactors and more under construction or planned, but with only one currently operating uranium mine. A 43-101 prefeasibility study completed by Tetra Tech, Inc. indicates that Kuriskova could be built and operated using Best Available Technology for environmental protection and still have among the lowest production costs per pound of uranium in the world. European Uranium has a strong base of supportive shareholders including AREVA, ranked first in the global nuclear power industry and a key player in uranium mining and nuclear operations on a world-wide basis.
EUROPEAN URANIUM RESOURCES LTD.
Dorian L. (Dusty) Nicol, President and CEO
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