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Appia Announces New VP Exploration for Brazil Operations, Andre Costa

Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp. (CSE: API) (OTCQX: APAAF) (FWB: A0I0) (MUN: A0I0) (BER: A0I0) has appointed Mr. Andre Costa as the new VP Exploration for its operations in Brazil, effective immediately. Mr. Costa brings extensive experience in mineral exploration and will lead the development of the PCH Ionic Adsorption Clay project in Goias, Brazil.

Andre Costa Joins Appia as VP Exploration

Tom Drivas, CEO of Appia, confirmed Costa’s role in advancing the PCH project and the exploration of new targets, focusing on extending zones and undertaking drill tests for high-potential areas. Costa’s expertise in diverse mineral explorations will be pivotal for Appia’s growth.

Background of Andre Costa

With a solid foundation in Geology, Costa’s 29-year career spans several key exploration projects across Brazil and Canada. His contributions include managing drilling campaigns, coordinating exploratory works, and participating in feasibility studies, emphasizing his role in advancing significant exploration efforts.

Commitment to Exploration Excellence

Costa expressed enthusiasm for contributing to Appia’s success, particularly the PCH Ionic Clay REE Project in Brazil, and exploring uranium and REE projects in Saskatchewan and Ontario. His goal is to enhance Appia’s position in the global REE and uranium supply chains.

Options granted to Costa indicate Appia’s confidence in his capabilities to drive the company’s exploration strategies forward.

Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp. remains devoted to its mission in the rare earth element and uranium sectors, with significant holdings in Brazil, Saskatchewan, and Ontario, showcasing its potential for critical element supply.

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