Glencore’s giant Antapaccay copper mining in Peru was disrupted once on Friday. When a fire spread into an adjacent worker housing complex.

Following weeks of heated and frequently violent anti-government protests sparked by the country’s president’s removal last month

Earlier this week, protesters caused Glencore’s mine—one of the biggest in the nation—to operate at “limited” capacity.

The core extractive industry in Peru, the 2nd largest copper producer in the world, has been increasingly disrupt, largely

Only 38% of the Antapaccay mines employees was working, and since January 4. Blockades have prevented supplies from getting to the mine’s facilities.

The statement also noted that the transportation of mineral concentrate is still on hold.