Request on Amulsar gold mine, Armenia

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Dear Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, and Directive 2003/4/EC Public Access to Environmental Information, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Information and/or documents relating to Lydian International’s Amulsar gold mine in Armenia held, created or received by DG Near in 2018 and 2019.

This information may include minutes, emails and other correspondence, agendas, briefings and reports, including from external sources.

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Rowley

Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations

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Dear Sir,

 

Thank you for your e-mail dated 11 February 2020.

 

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European Commission
DG Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations
NEAR Access to Documents

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Dear Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations,

Regarding your message, could you please contact me at [email address] where I hope we can solve the matter of the postal address.

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Rowley

Dear Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations,

Please could you contact me at [email address] or [email address] regarding the postal address.

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Rowley

Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations

Dear Mr Rowley,

We have already agreed by email of 17 February 2020, that your request is registered under:
- Email: '[email address]'; and

- Postal address:
[ADDRESS REDACTED]
[ADDRESS REDACTED]
[ADDRESS REDACTED]
[ADDRESS REDACTED]
[ADDRESS REDACTED]
[ADDRESS REDACTED]

Best regards,

European Commission
DG Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations
NEAR Access to Documents
[DG NEAR request email]

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