SOURCE: Gabriel Resources Ltd

July 14, 2011 07:09 ET

Gabriel Resources Ltd: Grant of Archaeological Discharge Certificate

TORONTO--(Marketwire - Jul 14, 2011) -


For Immediate Release                                14 July 2011


Gabriel Resources Ltd

Grant of Archaeological Discharge Certificate





Toronto, Ontario, Canada - July 14, 2011: Gabriel Resources Ltd.
("Gabriel" or "the Company") announces that it has been granted an
archaeological discharge certificate for the Carnic open pit at the
Company's Rosia Montana gold and silver project ("Project"), located in
Romania.



The Company continues to work with the Romanian Government to ensure
the Project is fully permitted within the laws of Romania and the
European Union. Gabriel will report further on its progress with
respect to the permitting approval process in its second quarter
results announcement on or around August 3, 2011.



Jonathan Henry commented: "The granting of the archaeological discharge
certificate for Carnic is a significant step to receipt of other key
permits and approvals required to advance the Rosia Montana gold and
silver project, which will deliver much-needed economic development and
employment to the region as well as to Romania."



For further information on this press release, please contact:



Jonathan Henry                       Bobby Morse

President and
Chief Executive Officer              Buchanan

Gabriel Resources Ltd                Tel: +44 20 7466 5000

Mobile: +44 7798 801783              Mobile: +44 7802 875227

                                      bobbym@buchanan.uk.com 


About Gabriel

Gabriel is a Canadian-listed resource company engaged in the
exploration and development of mineral properties in Romania and is
presently in the permitting stage and preparing to develop its
80.46%-owned Rosia Montana Project ("Project"). Gabriel is committed
to responsible mining and sustainable development in the communities in
which it operates. The Project is anticipated to bring US$19 billion to
Romania as potential direct and indirect investment according to 2010
estimates from British-based Oxford Policy Management. The Project will
generate thousands of jobs while observing all Romanian and European
environmental laws and also helping preserve important historic
buildings as well as local cultural heritage. For more information
please visit the Company's websites at  www.gabrielresources.com  and
 www.rmgc.ro .

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