27 April 2022

Joint initiative with the Public Institution Center for Social Work Čajniče: Additional 50 Packages for Socially Vulnerable

Representatives of Lykos Balkan Metal, in collaboration with the Public Institution Center for Social Work Čajniče, distributed another 50 packages of basic food items and hygiene products for the needs of social assistance recipients in the municipality.

This is the third donation of its kind in the past few months, which, like the previous two occasions, was realized in partnership with the local company VAM d.o.o. Once again, Lykos has reaffirmed its commitment to closely collaborate with official representatives, business owners, and residents in the local communities where it operates.“This is our third donation of this kind in Čajniče. As a socially responsible company, we strive to be an active and constructive member of the communities in which we operate. In Čajniče, we have initiated a whole process of mutual cooperation and support, through the initiative to work together with local representatives and residents to implement projects that will be beneficial to everyone in this community. We look forward to all future activities and hope that, by joining forces, we will contribute to the faster development of this municipality,” said Dejan Nikolić, the executive director of Lykos Balkan Metals, and reminded that during the previous two occasions, 100 packages were distributed to socially vulnerable residents of Čajniče as part of a joint initiative with the Public Institution Center for Social Work.“I commend the efforts of the people at Lykos and the contribution of their company to our municipality, where they have shown interest in initiating actions and supporting projects significant to the community right from the start. We are grateful to them for their selfless support for our beneficiaries, for whom these packages are of exceptional importance in these difficult times. Through this collaboration, we have shown how crucial it is to have such a significant investor in our community who recognizes the needs of the people living here and is willing to respond to them,” emphasized Mirko Živković, the director of the Čajniče Center for Social Work.

The geological exploration project in the municipality of Čajniče, for which Lykos’ subsidiary Braha Resources holds the license, received unanimous support from all councilors at a local parliament session in early March. The project involves investigating indications of potential economically viable reserves of base and precious metals in the area.

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