GALENA MINING LTD. (“Galena” or the “Company”) (ASX: G1A) is pleased to announce that the construction progress at its Abra Base Metals Mine (“Abra” or the “Project”) has reached 52% complete on 28 February 2022.

Construction milestones achieved during the month include the raise drilling of the first 4.5-meter diameter primary ventilation shaft (80m) and the commencement of the civil works associated with the LNG/Solar power station.

Managing Director, Tony James commented, “It’s a great milestone to go past the 50% mark for the overall construction progress at Abra. Steady progress has been made in the processing plant construction with a total of 766m3 of concrete poured project to date.

Underground development has reached 880m since commencement against a plan of 815m. By the end of February, the decline has reached 1,422mRL which is 128m below the surface and 109m above the orebody. The successful drilling of the first 4.5m primary ventilation shaft also represents a critical reduction in mining risk as the mine will be able to establish the first leg of the ventilation following installation of the primary ventilation fan that was acquired in 2019.”

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