Dept. of Arab Treasure reveals gold discovery in sugar mine as largest gold reserve

The organization of Treasures, burials and antiquities of the Arab world has revealed a discovery of a Cave of Gold in a sugar mine which leads an Arab country to be the first in the world to produce gold. Experts in the field of mining and precious metals have confirmed that one Arab country has recently made considerable discoveries of pure gold.

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Dept. of Arab Treasure reveals gold discovery in sugar mine as largest gold reserve
Dept. of Arab Treasure reveals gold discovery in sugar mine as largest gold reserve (image credits Facebook)

The organization of Treasures, burials and antiquities of the Arab world has revealed a discovery of a Cave of Gold in a sugar mine which leads an Arab country to be the first in the world to produce gold. Experts in the field of mining and precious metals have confirmed that one Arab country has recently made considerable discoveries of pure gold.

As per the reports, the discoveries of gold led by trillion inputs will contribute in the near future to a significant increase in the percentage of precious yellow metal reserves that this country has. In addition, experts indicated that teams specializing in the captain’s gold, precious metals and treasures could discover large quantities of private gold inside a cave in the Sugar mine, one of Egypt’s most important mining sites.

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The experts have also confirmed that the “Sugar” mine is located in an area known as the Arab Shield, which includes a number of countries, where the geological nature of the site indicates that it is rich in riches and contains large quantities of precious minerals.

Furthermore, according to the reports released by the experts, the “Sugar” mine is Egypt’s first mine in the modern era, and it has made a lot of money, especially during the last two decades. They noted that the new quantities discovered inside the cave in the sugar mine would contribute to increasing earnings and raising the level of Egypt’s gold reserves.

The analysts have confirmed that the area where the gold-filled cave was found is surrounded by treasure-rich archaeological sites dating back to the Pharaonic era, which indicates that the “Sugar Mountain” contains amounts of precious minerals that have not yet been discovered.

Meanwhile, the Sugar Mine is a joint venture between the Mineral Resources Authority and the Australian Centamine. Project insiders have confirmed that exploration is ongoing in the area to search for and profit from greenhouses, gold treasures, and precious metals, said reports.

Moreover, experts describe this mine as a massive gold mine that cannot be predicted the quantities it could contain, as well as the quality of the gold extracted from it, as the concentration of the precious yellow metal in the discoveries is very high.

As per the sources, expert analysts also pointed out that what distinguishes this mine the most is the easy work of excavation, cracking, and access to minerals and treasures inside it. According to the latest exploration estimates of this mine, gold is expected to spread on its stretch over the coming period as exploration work has advanced.

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Additionally, if expected quantities of the precious yellow metal are extracted from this mine, it will rise to become one of the largest mines in Africa and the world. It should be noted that the “Sugar” mine is located in the desert of Nuba, which is part of the eastern desert of Egypt and is 30 kilometres south of “Marsa Alam”.

It is noteworthy that the site of the Sugar mine is located at the farthest south of the Hadda region. The “geratin” door is about one hundred and sixty square kilometres.

Tariq Saeed