Besra Gold Inc. reported that the first batch of assays have now been received. This is Besra's maiden diamond drill hole program since listing in October 2021. A total of 4 holes, drilled to investigate the topographic Jugan Hill and its southwestern flank, were submitted to SGS laboratories for analysis in late December 2021. This drilling program has focused on infilling historical drillhole control to better define lateral continuity and grade in an area of shallow to outcropping mineralisation. These results, and those pending, when integrated with historical trenching studies, will provide much better delineation of overall extent and geometry of the mineralisation where it is predicted to be shallowest. Because gold mineralisation at Jugan is dominantly refractory, gold mineralisation is normally correlated with the presence of visible sulphides in core, whereas the occurrence of visible "free" gold in core is very rare. The sulphides at Jugan are dominated by arsenopyrite, with subordinate pyrite, either as highly disseminated fine grain occurrences mostly within shale shales or more concentrated occurrences associated within veining, stockworks, sand laminations, fracturing and occasional breccia. In total 13 fully cored holes, representing approximately 1,500 m of drilling, are designed to provide additional sub-surface control particularly across the crest and southwestern flank of Jugan Hill. This topographic feature coincides with the outcrop of the main mineralised body where local faulting may enhance the crestal region with apparent rollover. Currently, assay results of core samples of a further seven drill holes are pending. Drill holes JUDDH-94 & 95 are currently being drilled.