TORONTO, ONTARIO --(Marketwired - Jan. 31, 2014 ) - Lydian International Ltd. (TSX:LYD) ("Lydian" or "the Company"), a gold-focused mineral exploration and development company, today announced that Marc Henderson has resigned as a director of the Company, effective today. The board of directors of the Company thanks Mr. Henderson for his contribution to the Company. About Lydian International Lydian is a gold-focused mineral exploration and development company with expertise employing "first mover" strategies in emerging exploration environments. Currently Lydian is focused on Eastern Europe and, in particular, developing its flagship Amulsar gold project in Armenia . Lydian also has a pipeline of promising early-stage gold and base metal exploration projects in the Caucasus regions. Lydian's management team has a track record of success in grassroots discovery, in acquiring and developing undervalued assets, and in building companies. Lydian has a strong social agenda and a unique understanding of the complex social and political issues that characterise emerging environments. The Company's significant shareholders include the International Finance Corporation which is a member of the World Bank Group and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development . More information can be found on Lydian's web site at www.lydianinternational.co.uk . FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Lydian International Ltd. Donna Pugsley Investor Relations +44 (0)1534 715473 +44 (0)7797 742800 firstname.lastname@example.org Source: Lydian International Ltd.
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