Latin Resources Limited provided an update of recent and ongoing activities at the Company's Salinas Lithium Project in Brazil, where the Company has defined multiple drill targets and submitted drill permits to commence drilling. The Company has also secured two new highly prospective tenements to grow its footprint at the project area with known outcropping high-grade lithium spodumene bearing pegmatites. Salinas is located in the highly prospective Jequitinhonha Valley district of Minas Gerais Province of eastern Brazil. Minas Gerais hosts the Eastern Brazilian lithium pegmatite province, home to TSX-V listed Sigma Lithium Corporation and lithium producer Companhia Brasilia de L?tio. The Company has finalised a total of 14 drill sites to test the outcropping high-grade Li bearing pegmatites identified in previous mapping and geochemical sampling programs. Drill permits have been submitted for the Phase I drillholes, with drilling scheduled to commence in February 2022. Additional permits for the follow-up Phase II holes will be lodged in the coming weeks. The drilling is designed to test two priority target areas where sampling has returned multiple high- grade results including 2.71% Li2O and 1.45% Li2Oi from highly weathered spodumene bearing pegmatites, mapped over a strike length of over 1.2 kilometres within the Company's tenure. The proposed drilling campaign will be the first drilling to test this highly anomalous and outcropping mineralised trend in an underexplored region that currently contains 100% of the Brazil's official lithium reserves. Lithium, as a highly volatile element, is rapidly leached and depleted from weathered spodumene. Therefore, the presence of remnant lithium anomalism of this calibre in weathered outcrop is extremely encouraging and worthy of a targeted drilling campaign.