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European Lithium continues international transition

The company plans to fast-track a pre-feasibility study at its Wolfsberg Lithium Project in Austria.

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Stefan Müller will replace Paul Lloyd on the board of directors

European Lithium (ASX:EUR) has appointed Stefan Müller as an independent non-executive director to its board of directors today.

Müller is CEO and founder of a boutique European investment and financial markets consulting firm based in Frankfurt, Germany.

The move comes after European Lithium recently made history as the first Australian company to be admitted to the Vienna Stock Exchange (VSE).

Tony Sage, chairman, commented: “Our share register has matured as a result of greater interest from our European base, Stefan provides us with valuable European market experience specifically in German speaking countries.

“Stefan was instrumental in successfully listing the company on the Vienna Stock Exchange and will continue to champion important local relationships.”

Müller replaces Paul Lloyd who has today resigned as non-executive director.

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