Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.
TSX VENTURE : ASW
OTC Bulletin Board : ASWRF
BERLIN : AMO

Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.

June 01, 2006 13:28 ET

Anglo Swiss Resources' Annual General Meeting Results

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - June 1, 2006) - Anglo Swiss Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ASW)(OTCBB:ASWRF)(BERLIN:AMO) is pleased to report that the AGM on May 31, 2006 was completed and all of the resolutions as recommended by management were approved. The board of directors for the ensuing year consists of Len Danard as President & CEO, Chris Robbins as Vice President & CFO, Glen Macdonald, PGeo and Leroy Wolbaum. Mr. Brian Canfield was appointed the Corporate Secretary for the ensuing year and Mr. Barrie Field-Dyte is the Investor Relations Consultant to the Company.

Anglo Swiss' current exploration focus has expanded from south-eastern British Columbia (The Kenville Gold Mine & Blu Starr/McAllister Gemstone properties) as it has recently acquired a majority interest in five distinct properties located in the Northwest Territories ("NWT") of Canada for diamond exploration.

The Company in June of 2005 made the decision to acquire diamond exploration opportunities in the NWT of Canada as it had identified key land positions within the Slave Craton and the Lac de Gras regions that could be acquired. The properties acquired at March 31, 2006 are:

Fry Inlet Diamond Property: the Company acquired the property consisting of 42 contiguous mineral claims, located immediately to the west of Fry Inlet Lake and directly 25 km east of the Ranch lake kimberlite and 25 km north of the BHP Billiton Diamonds Inc. Ekati Mine property. The claims were acquired in two separate transactions in June of 2005; the New Shoshoni option/joint venture for up to 60% (23,587 hectares) and the PQ claims for a 100% (13,586 hectares interest totalling over 37,173 hectares.

Falcon Bay Diamond Property: the Company acquired a 100% interest to 25 semi-contiguous mineral claims (MS 1-25), covering approximately 21,229 hectares in the diamond producing area of Lac de Gras, NWT. This property is located approximately 35 kilometers southeast of the Diavik Diamond Mine and is proximal to the DO-27 Kimberlite, currently the focus of detailed exploration by Peregrine Diamonds, Southernera and others.

Fishing Lake Diamond Property: the Company acquired a 100% interest to 6,730 hectares now known as the Fishing Lake Diamond property, located approximately 110 kilometers northwest of Yellowknife, NWT. The Fishing Lake Diamond Property claims cover dispersion trains of kimberlite indicator minerals identified in till sampling programs. These claims lie within a region of active diamond exploration by other diamond explorers and are midway between the Crosslake area kimberlites (Ashton, DeBeers, Diamonds North, et al) and the "Big Hole" target (GGL Diamond).

Group of Four Diamond Claims: On January 19, 2006 the company acquired a 100% interest in four strategically located mineral claims covering approximately 4,180 hectares situated within the diamond producing area of Lac de Gras, NWT. Two of the claims are located within the newly penned "Ekati Trend" approximately 40 kilometers NE of the Ekati diamond mine. The other two claims are located 35 kilometers south of Peregrine Diamonds DO27 diamondiferous kimberlite.

On behalf of the Board,

Len Danard, President & CEO

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