Belmont Resources Inc.
TSX VENTURE : BEA
FRANKFURT : L3L

Belmont Resources Inc.
International Montoro Resources Inc.
TSX VENTURE : IMT
FRANKFURT : O4T

International Montoro Resources Inc.

September 20, 2007 09:30 ET

Belmont & Montoro Progress Report on Crackingstone Exploration Program-Uranium City, Saskatchewan

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 20, 2007) - International Montoro Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:IMT)(FRANKFURT:O4T) and Belmont Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:BEA)(FRANKFURT:L3L) are pleased to announce that a six person crew including Ray Bernatchez, P.Eng., Consulting Geologist and Dr. John Morgan, P.Geo. has completed an extensive sampling and ground geophysical program on the Crackingstone uranium and adjoining Orbit uranium properties.

Crackingstone

Further to our news release dated May 17, 2007, which reported the results of a ground geophysical survey for the Crackingstone project, the data has been correlated with known structures and recommended trenching and channel sampling on the highest priority anomalies, which will further identify targets for diamond drilling. The August and September program has evaluated 15 showings: Beck 6, Beck 48, Beck 55, Beck 58, Beck 91 (Mylo's Lease), Beck 94, Beck 95, Beck 101, Beck 102, Beck 107 (Laredo Showing), Beck 231, Beck 233, Beck 235, Mukta 230 and Rix 58. A total of 74 channel samples were taken from these showings. All showings registered good to very strong counts per second (cps) ranging from 1000 to 60,000 cps. Uranium yellow staining (uranophane) was observed at 7 of the showings. The geological mapping and prospecting has shown strong correlation between uranium mineralization and structural features such as faults and shear zones. Some of these structures were defined in the ground magnetic and electromagnetic surveys carried out during the winter of 2006-2007. A previous 6.5 ton hand sorted bulk sample was extracted from Mylo's Lease (Rix #49-CC1-4) assaying 0.5% Uranium.

Showings Beck 6, Beck 55, Beck 94, Beck 231 and Beck 233, containing several high radiometric readings, appear to coincide with the Boom Lake Fault near its intersection point with the east-west trending Crackingstone Fault, the proposed site area for the 2007-2008 drilling program.

The northwest corner of claim S108022 has been drilled extensively in the past. This drilling has defined two parallel uranium zones in this area. The 2006-07 ground geophysical survey has defined a conductor in this area. The uranium mineralization appears to be localized within northeast trending structures. This area may represent another strong drilling target. Previous samples were obtained from an open cut and adit (Rix #7 adit) in this area. Four samples taken in 2006 on a property visit by R.A. Bernatchez. P. Eng., from the rock pile and trenches along the east-west striking fracture zone for a length of 275 meters, assayed from 0.28% to 6.55% Uranium.

The spectrometer readings have also confirmed that potassium content increases with increased uranium mineralization, a characteristic that is also associated with the uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin.

Orbit

The exploration crew also conducted a similar exploration program on Orbit as a follow-up to a combined airborne and magnetic survey completed by the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) and Saskatchewan Energy and Mines (SCS) and previously documented uranium showings located on the Orbit property. Further details of this program will follow.

Most of the uranium showings are localized within the northeast trending structures and have a corresponding increase in potassium. Several branching west and northwest structures form conjugate structures from the northeast structures. The intersection of the Boom Lake and Crackingstone structures represents a good drilling target for uranium mineralization similar to that found at the Cinch Mine 2 km east of the Crackingstone property.

Dr. John Morgan has returned to Uranium City to complete a radon gas survey over the proposed drill target area between Beck 6, Beck 94 and Beck 233. Radon gas is emitted from the radioactive decay of uranium.

All samples were sent to the Saskatchewan Research Lab in Saskatoon.

This news release was reviewed and approved for technical disclosure by R.A. Bernatchez, P.Eng., consulting geologist, an independent qualified person under NI 43-101.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,

Gary Musil, CFO/Director

For further information visit the Company's websites at www.belmontresources.com and www.montororesources.com. The statements used in this Press Release may contain forward-looking statements that may involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Actual events or results could differ materially from the Company's forward-looking statements and expectations.

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