- Licenses target an interpreted circular intrusive
- Evidence of intense alteration typically associated with porphyry systems identified
- Several Cu-occurrences and stream sample anomalies in proximity to and within the license areas
The Viti Project encompasses three adjacent licenses situated in southeastern Kosovo totalling 213 km2. Licenses are centred on a large circular magnetic feature interpreted as representing a subvolcanic intrusive body with associated Oligocene pyroclastics and trachytes mapped on the intrusive margins. Cu, Sb and Au stream sediment anomalies and occurrences are noted in the areas surrounding the circular anomaly. Field investigation and mapping has identified at least two zones of extensive alteration, including argiliic and locally phyllic alteration, each of which represents a target for porphyry related mineralisation. Alteration is largely structurally controlled and possibly indicative of intermediate/low-sulphidation mineralisation potential.