Dr. Varga is graduated at the Medical University of Semmelweis Ignác, Budapest, Hungary.
Mr. Tóth graduated at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany. For more than two decades, he has held a number of diplomatic political positions in international organizations.
Mr. Nikicser served as ambassador in many countries, his last assignment was in Paris between 2006 and 2010.
Mr. Sidibé graduated at the International Preparatory Institue of the Faculty of Medicine in Budapest, Hungary.
Mr. Simpara graduated at Institute of Oil & Gas in Moscow as engineer-geologist and Institut Français du Pétrole, Paris, France as engineer of petrochemical industry.
Graduated in 1981 as geologist and cartographer at University of Eötvös Lóránd, Budapest. Geologist (MSc), EUROPEAN GEOLOGIST (Title No 1629) with 40 years of international work experience in Europe and world-wide.
The gold mining project of Green Gold System in Komassala-South, Mali
In Mali GGS has been granted autonomous export license, it owns properly accredited gold furnace and lab together with the rights to analyse and certify the purity of precious metals. The professional background of GGS is assured by outstanding geologists, former high-ranking diplomats and businessmen. GGS endeavoured to establish lasting relationship with the local authorities, including the top-level political leadership. The company has established working relations first of all to the Minister of Mining, his Permanent Secretary and his private cabinet and to his advisors. The high representative of the Group in Bamako, a former high-ranking diplomat, ex Ambassador to France, took contact personally with the two ministries for the political and professional support of our activity.
From the point of view of gold potential, GGS’ Permit is located in the gold district of Bougouni. This southern region of Mali is characterized by many mineralized showings:
• Gold and lead in the Birimian formations
• Lithium, tin, tungsten, niobium and tantalum in pegmatites
• Nickel, copper and platinum in the ultramafic rock
The reinterpretation of geology under the SYSMIN project indicates that the area of the permit of Komassala-South is highlighted by volcano-sedimentary formations predominantly with fine-to coarse-grained detritus (a formation of fine-grained metasediments with intercalations of meta-volcanics, related to those hosting Morila gold mineralization).
An examination of the morphology of entire area also shows that the lateritic plateaus are the watersheds of rivers along with what develops an intense gold digging. They can be sources of secondary gold.
Everything above suggests that the sector of Komassala-South has a great interest for gold exploration
Plans for 2021 and 2022