Argentina Lithium Corporate Update
Vancouver, BC / CNW / February 28, 2019 / Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSX-V: LIT, FSE: OAY2 (WKN: A0RK7E), OTC: PNXLF), “Argentina Lithium” or the “Company”) announces that Nick DeMare has resigned as a director the Company.
Nikolaos Cacos, President & CEO of the Company, stated, “We want to thank Mr. DeMare for his valuable contributions while serving on the Board.” Mr. DeMare has consented to continue serving the Company in an advisory capacity.
About Argentina Lithium
Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp is focused on acquiring high quality lithium projects in Argentina, and advancing them towards production in order to meet the growing global demand from the battery sector. The management group has a long history of success in the resource sector of Argentina, and has assembled a first rate team of experts to acquire and advance the best lithium properties in the world renowned “Lithium Triangle”. The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group that has pioneered exploration in Argentina since 1993.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Nikolaos Cacos, President, CEO and Director
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