Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTCMKTS:DJIFF) announced and update on the San Jose Project in Argentina.
Dajin Canada director Dr. Catherine Hickson and Dajin Argentina president Cosme Beccar-Varela recently completed a visit to Jujuy province in northwestern Argentina.
During Dr. Hickson’s visit to Argentina, meetings were held with several senior Argentine government officials including Daniel Meilan, Secretary of Mining, Ministry of Energy and Mining for Argentina, and Dr. Miguel Soler, Secretary of Mining, Ministry of Energy and Mining for Jujuy province. Dr. Hickson also met with the indigenous community of Inti Killa, Tres Morros, which is located on the Salinas Grandes in Jujuy province.
Dajin signed a co-operation agreement with the community of Tres Morros, represented by Andres Castillo, to provide support during the exploration phase of the San Jose project. All parties present were satisfied with the results of this meeting and look optimistically to advancing the exploration program.
Dr. Hickson wishes to announce that Dr. Beatriz Coira, a respected geologist with international experience and based in Jujuy, has agreed to join Dajin’s technical advisory board. Dr. Coira has been studying tectonics, volcanology, geothermal and mining resources in the Puna region of Argentina for many years. She will provide Dajin with a valuable and important link to historical work in the Puna region in addition to her continuing research with the National Science and Technical Research Council of Argentina.