The Rosia Montana Gold Coroporation (RMGC) denounce the intensification of actions to intimidate the members of the National Archaeology Commission, who are to analyze the petition for archaeological exploitation of the Carnic Mountain, a release remitted to our editing office informs. The representatives of RMGC voice their confidence that the Ministry of Culture would take a distance from such initiatives and would ensure a fit climate for the Archaeology Commission’s proceedings. At the same time, the company calls on the institutions entitled to take action against the attempt to exercise pressure on the state institutions. RMGC announced, at the end of last week, the decision of the Technical Analysis Commission to resume procedures for analysis related to the report evaluating the Rosia Montana project’s environmental impact. According to the same source, RMGC is to develop the most up-to-date Romanian mine at Rosia Montana, which could generate thousands of positions and could bring over USD 4 bln into the economy.