Greece’s Silver Mine has been granted permission to open a mine that could be Greece’s next gold mine.
The decision to open the mine was made by the Ministry of Mines and Energy in Athens.
The mine will be located on the island of Patras.
Greece is a major gold producer, with nearly 1,500 tons of gold mined every year.
The gold mine is located on Patras Island, near the port of Patmos.
The silver mine is expected to be operational by 2020.
Gold miners have been using Patras as a storage location in the past, and in fact, there have been a few gold mines on the mainland in recent years.
In 2016, Greece also began using the Patras Gold Mine to process gold from its own mines.
The Ministry of Minerals and Energy said in a statement: “The new mine will have a significant impact on the local economy, tourism and the local workforce, and will support local production of metals.
This will also be a boon for our region, which relies on the export of gold for its economic growth.”
The Ministry added that the project will be “a major boost for our tourism sector.”
The project will also have the added benefit of “providing a permanent employment base to local people, as well as providing jobs for local professionals.”
The new mine is scheduled to open by 2020, according to the Ministry.
The new mining project is one of the first in the world to be approved by the Greek Ministry of Energy.
The Silver Mine will be managed by the Mineworkers Union, and the project is currently being financed by the ministry.
Greece has been looking for new gold mines for decades, and some of the country’s gold reserves are already mined in nearby Turkey.
The Greek government has also recently approved a project in Turkey, which is expected be completed in 2019.
The project has received support from the European Union and the World Bank.