RMGC

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RMGCRosia Montana Gold Corporation
RMGCRoyal Montreal Golf Club (Canada)
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RMGCRoyal Montrose Golf Club (UK)
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Taking into consideration the biblical position that the Earth is the Creation of God and that the project of the Canadian company Rosia Montana Gold Corporation is set to ecologically and humanely disfigure the area of Rosia Montana and by extension, the whole region of Apuseni Mountains, and taking into consideration that the Rosia Montana project will involve the relocation of churches and cemeteries of the area, fact which is in contradiction with the Orthodox cult and tradition, The Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church pronounces itself against the realization of the Rosia Montana Gold Corporation project and hopes that the area will remain intact in its holiness, purity and beauty." (30)
The announcement of PM Ponta came less than two months after the government has spinned-off Minvest Deva, which holds a 19.3 percent stake in Rosia Montana Gold Corporation (RMGC), the miner.
Pour six mois, chaque dimanche, de milliers de personnes de toutes les grandes villes de la Roumanie et de la diaspora roumaine de tout le monde ont manifeste leur desapprobation contre l'exploitation miniere de Rosia Montana, projet initie par la multinationale canadienne Rosia Montana Gold Corporation et fortement soutenu par les elites politiques nationales.
Romania is pressing for more financial guarantees before it issues a key environmental permit to Canada's Gabriel Resources that would allow it to restart Europe's biggest open cast gold mine, which has been on hold for the last 14 years, Reuters reported.Gabriel Resources's local unit, Rosia Montana Gold Corporation (RMGC), in which the Romanian state also holds a 19% stake, wants to use cyanide to mine for 314 tonnes of gold and 1,600 tonnes of silver among a cluster of villages in the Carpathian mountains.