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European Lithium presented its lithium project in Austrian Wolfsberg

Visitors inspecting the European Lithiums project in Austria. Picture: European Lithium
Visitors inspecting the European Lithiums project in Austria. Picture: European Lithium
All 100 invited participants got the opportunity to know this project properly and also the mining team personally. Photo: European Lithium
All 100 invited participants got the opportunity to know this project properly and also the mining team personally. Photo: European Lithium
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Markku Björkman - 04 Jun 2018

The company strives to become Europe's largest lithium producer. Chairman Tony Sage recently bought more shares in the company.

European Lithium Ltd, named ASX: EUR) (FRA: PF8) (VSE: ELI, recently invited 100 people to its flagship Wolfsberg Lithium Project in Austria.

The invitees consisted of retail and institutional investors, politicians, press, and representatives from various economic institutions from Vienna, Berlin, and Brussels.

Chairman Tony Sage, Director Stefan Muller, and CEO Dietrich Wanke, who hosted the visit, presented the results of the latest PFS survey and the latest Zone II drill results for the participants.

These two mining days gave all participants the opportunity to get to know the project properly and also the mining team personally.

In addition, participants were able to share the third party's neutral view through comments from current experts and consultants.

Recently, Dietrich Wanke was appointed CEO of European Lithium, which became an operational boost for Wolfsberg Lithium Project for the future.

He replaces the outgoing Steve Kesler who has been with the company for four years.

Wanke has been employed as chief executive since 2016 in Austria. He has been responsible for the Wolfsberg project's transformation from prospecting to a pre-production project.