As part of the dialogue that the State Service of Geology and Subsoil of Ukraine systematically conducts with subsoil users, a working meeting was held between the head of the Service Roman Opimakh and the heads of the Eastern Mining and Processing Plant (SE "VostGOK").
The parties discussed problematic issues in the work of the enterprise and the risks that subsoil users face in their activities.
“Gosgeonedra is constantly updating and improving services for existing subsoil users and potential investors. Direct dialogue with business is an important part of our work, as it gives us an understanding of how else we can improve the mechanisms of the mining sector in Ukraine, simplify the work of the miner, "commented Roman Opimakh, Chairman of the State Geological Survey.
Representatives of the only uranium mining enterprise in Ukraine shared with the head of the service plans for the next year, told about the resumption of the enterprise and the increase in production.
As a reminder, on January 12, SE "VostGOK" resumed the work of a number of departments and exited the idle mode, which started in early December last year.
The State Enterprise "Vostochny Mining and Processing Plant" (SE "VostGOK") was established in 1951 and remains the only enterprise in Ukraine that ensures the extraction of natural uranium and the production of its oxide concentrate. Vostochny Ore Mining and Processing Plant is one of 28 uranium mining centers in the world, among which it is in the top ten, and is also the largest in Europe.