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Baru Gold Corp. provides Sangihe Gold Project land acquisition update

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Baru Gold Corp. has provided an update on the progress made by Martin Jati Lawyers on the land acquisition process, previously announced 22 August 2020.

The land acquisition survey has allowed the Baru team to identify the area of interest around the Sangihe gold project based on recommendations and analysis from Baru Chief Operating Officer, Garry Kielenstyn, and Chief Geologist, Frank Rocca, in Indonesia.

The land acquisition team of Martin Jati will now commence with the land acquisition of the Phase One Mining Area with the aim of finalising the results from the survey in 1Q21 and to pay for the land packages so construction can commence in the next month.

Baru Gold’s CEO, Terry Filbert, commented: “I am incredibly pleased with the progress that the Baru Gold team made as they continue to push forward in the acquisition of the mining pit, waste dump, access roads, and heap leach pad operations area for our Phase One mining land package. Administratively, this has not been easy with the second wave of COVID-19 sweeping through Indonesia. I commend the team for their focus and dedication and thank all parties who worked with our team for being diligent on our filings and for being creative in facilitating virtual meetings during the current pandemic situation in Indonesia.”

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