Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.
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Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.

June 06, 2007 09:00 ET

Anglo Swiss Resources' 73 Magnetic & EM Anomalies and Diamondiferous Kimberlite Spur Further Ground Geophysics to Prioritize Drill Targets-Fry Inlet Diamond Property

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - June 6, 2007) - Anglo Swiss Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ASW)(OTCBB:ASWRF)(BERLIN:AMO) has contracted with Aurora Geosciences Ltd. ("Aurora") of Yellowknife, NWT to immediately conduct ground geophysics consisting of MAG/HLEM surveys. This program will precede the Company's 1500 meter drill program on the Fry Inlet Diamond property in Lac de Gras region of the NWT, Canada.


MPH Consulting Ltd. ("MPH") interpreted the 2006 Fugro airborne survey data earlier this year and their report far exceeded management's expectations as MPH identified 39 magnetic anomalies conforming to an idealized Lac de Gras-style intrusive diatreme (16 ranked as A and 23 as B plus). There were another 34 electromagnetic anomalies (10 ranked as A and 24 as B plus) again conforming to an idealized diatreme model -- prime contexts for the possibility of diamond-bearing kimberlites.

The LI 201 kimberlite produced 14 macrodiamonds and 46 microdiamonds from a previous drill program in the 1990's and is contained within a cluster of seven anomalies that the 1500 meter drill program will test this year.


Aurora's program is based on a survey involving approximately 18.0 line-km of total field magnetics and approximately 6.0 line-km of horizontal loop electro magnetics. Aurora proposes to mobilize a six-man crew to conduct this project as soon as weather and flights will allow. Standard gridding would be completed on 100m lines for the Horizontal Loop EM surveys. The Total Field Magnetic surveys would be completed utilizing non-differential GPS navigation and control.

Anglo Swiss Resources technical staff have reviewed MPH's recommendations and selected a cluster of seven targets for NQ drilling, including re-drilling the significantly diamondiferous LI-201 kimberlite upon completion of the ground geophysics program. The data collected by Aurora will again be interpreted by MPH Consulting Ltd. ("MPH") to assist Anglo's technical staff in selecting the order and priority of additional drill targets within the cluster.

The attached ground geophysics grid components provided by MPH can also be viewed at the Company's website, To view the attached map please click on the following link:

Anglo Swiss' technical staff believes that even though the previous drill program in the 1990's produced diamonds, the drill location did not catch the main body of the diamondiferous kimberlite as the hole was collared on the north-eastern fringe of the kimberlite as shown in the attached diagram, as well as at the Company's website, To view the attached map please click on the following link:

Results of the ground geophysics will be released as they are received and interpreted by MPH and will be made available at that time. The 1500 meter drill program will commence shortly thereafter.

Anglo Swiss Resources is a Canadian mining company engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties. Its exploration properties include: four distinct claim groups located in the Lac de Gras region of the NWT (diamonds), and in south-eastern British Columbia the historic Kenville Gold Mine (copper, gold, silver and molybdenum), the Blu Starr Gemstone Property (sapphire, iolite, garnet and graphite) and the McAllister Pipe Property (lamproitic diatreme - diamonds).

The contents of this release have been approved by Derrick Strickland, PGeo, a qualified person as defined in NI 43-101.

On behalf of the Board,

Len Danard, President & CEO

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