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Aton Resources reports new surface sampling results from Zeno & Semna

Aton Resources has updated investors with the latest results from surface sampling programmes at its Zeno and Semna regional target areas, at the Company’s 100% owned Abu Marawat Concession, in the Eastern Desert of Egypt.

“We are very pleased with another set of impressive sampling results from the Semna and Zeno areas, which significantly expands the area of known mineralisation, as well as helping us to better understand the distribution of the mineralisation and its structural controls.

“The entire Semna-Zeno regional area is a very high priority target for us, and we have now started RC drilling at Semna, and expect to start drilling at Zeno in the middle of August” says Aton Resources Tonno Vahk, Interim CEO.

“Aton Resources continues to push ahead and remain firmly on track to submit our application for the mining licence at Abu Marawat in the coming weeks. We were also pleased to have recently attended the very successful Egypt Mining Forum in Cairo and would like to congratulate our partners at the Ministry of Petroleum and the Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority for organising and hosting such a great event which will surely aid in the development of the mineral exploration and mining sectors in Egypt. We are already looking forward to next year’s event!”

Aton Resources highlights:

  • A total of 106 selective grab samples were collected from Zeno and the Semna regional prospect areas;
  • The Semna regional samples were taken in a wide and previously unsampled area to the southeast of the historic Semna gold mine, which has been heavily exploited by artisanal miners in recent times, and the Zeno samples were taken from new artisanal workings where newly and/or more deeply exposed mineralised structures had previously been sampled at or near surface;
  • 34 samples were collected from the Zeno prospect area, and returned assays including 36.20 g/t Au, 15.30 g/t Au and 14.15 g/t Au. 3 more samples also returned assays greater than 10 g/t Au, and a further 3 samples also returned assays greater than 5 g/t Au;
  • 72 samples were collected from the Semna regional prospect area, and returned assays including 25.70 g/t Au, 16.55 g/t Au and 15.20 g/t Au. 4 more samples returned assays greater than 10 g/t Au, and a further 6 samples returned assays greater than 5 g/t Au;
  • The structural orientations and style of mineralisation at both prospects bear similarities to those observed at the nearby Semna gold mine;
  • This sampling programme significantly expands the area of mineralised veins and structures in the broader Semna-Zeno area.

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