Orosur Mining Inc. announced an update on the progress of exploration activities at the Company's Anzá project in Colombia. Exploration work at Anzá is under the operational control of the Company's Joint Venture partner, Minera Monte Águila SAS ("Monte Águila"). Monte Águila is a 50/50 joint venture between Newmont Corporation ("Newmont") and Agnico Eagle Mines Limited ("Agnico") and is the vehicle by which these two companies jointly exercise their rights and obligations with respect to the Exploration Agreement with Venture Option ("Exploration Agreement") over the Anzá Project. Assay results from the final five holes drilled at the APTA prospect have been received. In general, the results reflect lower levels of gold anomalism compared to previously drilled holes, but show some high-grade base metal results, similar to intersections from previous drilling, adding support to the theory of hybrid volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS)/intermediate-sulfidation epithermal system. While few significant gold intercepts were recorded, this was not wholly unexpected as these holes were drilled to better define the geological and structural context of the APTA environment whilst the Company awaited mapping, sampling, geophysics and land access to be finalised on the northern prospects. These results would suggest that while APTA remains a highly prospective target, with multiple thick and high-grade intersections having been previously recorded, it is also complex and has substantial depth extent that is beyond the capacity of the current drill rig fleet to test. As previously announced on April 25th, 2022, drilling ceased at APTA in late March with the remaining Colombian rig being mobilised to the Pepas prospect at the far northern extent of the project area. The focus of the scout drilling program in the NE of the project area is to test several anomalous targets identified through surface mapping and sampling, geophysics, and geochemistry - it is planned to have four rigs operating in this area, with two each at Pepas and Pupino. Assay results from the final five holes drilled at APTA have been received from the ALS laboratory in Lima, Peru (MAP-101 to 105). Key intersections from these holes are noted below: MAP-102: 4.85m @ 0.51g/t Au, 1.24g/t 0.16% Zn. MAP-103: 0.75m @ 3.30g/t Au, 0.86g/t Ag, 0.14% Zn 0.95m @ 4.90g/t Au, 3.49g/t Ag, 3.39% Zn. MAP-104: 5.35m @ 2.62g/t Au, 2.61g/t Ag, 1.04% Zn. 0.50m @ 22.80g/t Au, 13.95g/t Ag, 0.52% Zn. MAP-105: 2.50m @ 3.30g/t Au, 1.61g/t Ag, 0.06% Zn. 9.25m @ 1.77g/t Au, 4.63 g/t Ag, 5.33% Zn.
9.70m @ 0.17g/t Au, 2.59 g/t Ag, 13.88% Zn, 0.91% Cu.