Robex Resources Inc.

Robex Resources Inc.

June 26, 2006 12:10 ET

Robex's Annual Meeting

QUEBEC, June 26 - Robex Resources Inc (TSX-V: RBX), The
Management of Robex is proud to announce that all of the resolutions contained
within its information circular were approved, with a majority ranging between
98,85% and 100%, at the Annual Meeting held in Quebec City on June 22.
The elected directors are: Marcel Bédard, Chairman of the Board, Richard
Savard, President and CEO and Serge Biron, General Manager in Mali. Stewart
Robertson, Luc Pelchat, Raymond Z. Legault, Christopher V. Zakak and Henri
Maire were also elected Directors.
The Management has taken this opportunity to review the exploration
activities and the results from the 2006-2007 program. Robex invested 2M$ in
exploration work on its properties located in Mali, West Africa and obtained
its most promising results to date on Mininko, N'Golopene and Wili-Wili.

South Mali - Mininko, 735,000oz of gold

Highlights from this program include, among other things, drilling on the
Nampala showing located in the north east part of the Mininko property.
Drilling has established that a tonalite intrusive, located in the middle of
Nampala's massive intrusive structure, one of the three targets identified so
far on the property, is mineralized. The mineralized formations on Nampala
stretch for close to 1km2 and are open to the west, to the north and at depth.
These results motivated Robex to mandate RSG Global, an independent
company of international reputation, to carry out a resource calculation
according to the 43-101 National Instrument standard on the Nampala prospect.
In light of this information, Robex has acquired the remaining 49% of
this property. Robex is now sole owner of Mininko. The next program will aim
at increasing the resource of 735,000oz of gold.

South Mali - N'Golopene

N'Golopene is adjacent to the north and to the east of the Syama gold
deposit (6 million oz @ 3 g/t Au) which is in the process of being reopened by
Resolute Mining.
Following a geochemical survey and a geophysical survey, Robex identified
two main targets and carried out an exploratory drilling program that did not
return significant results. Robex intends to do more ground work before
initiating a new drilling program.
Let us recall that Etruscan Resources Inc. (EET.TSX), who holds the
Finkolo permit, adjacent to the Syama deposit to the south, has announced
impressive RC drilling results on the Tabakoroni zone that stretches over a
1.7 km strike length on the same 15 km geophysical structure that holds
N'Golopene, Syama and Finkolo. Resolute Mining is Etruscan's partner in this

Mali West - Wili-Wili

Robex has also announced promising results on its Wili-Wili permit where
Robex has identified the Fandou Zone, a 2,8 km x 600 m gold anomaly.
At the centre of this anomaly, pit sampling returned high gold grades and
an east-west trench returned 2.29 g/t over 13 metres of width as well as
interesting grades in two pits dug on this trench.
Last April, Robex carried out a drilling program on the Fandou Zone. All
of the drill holes intersected mineralization.
The following table gives a sample of the results from this program.

Hole number From(m) To(m) Interval(m) Grade(g/t Au)
WR102 12 13 1 6.11
56 62 6 3.19
70 74 4 4.44
90 93 3 4.88
WR103 22 30 8 1.08
WR104 91 95 4 2.25
WR105 25 32 7 1.31
WR106 69 72 3 1.34
WR118 39 44 5 3.16
42 43 1 16.41
WR119 23 31 8 2.15
WR139 92 114 22 4.20

The results from the 2006-2007 program are promising and Robex looks
forward to a further drilling program on Fandou during its coming exploration
campaign planned to start after the rainy season in October 2007.
This Press Release and the within disclosure have been reviewed by Richard
Savard, Geologist, President and CEO of Robex Resources Inc. and a Qualified
Person in accordance with NI 43-101.

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy
or accuracy of this release.

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Robex Resources Inc TSX-V: RBX is a Canadian mining exploration and
development company focusing on Mali, West Africa. Mali is currently the 4th
most important gold producing country in Africa. Robex' permanent exploration
office is located in Mali, and is operated by senior geologists with an
extensive experience in West African mining exploration. The team works on
projects the Company already owns and is always on the lookout for new
projects with favourable geology and a high potential for the discovery of
world-class gold deposits. This permanent presence in Mali has allowed Robex
to become one of the most active exploration and development companies in West
Africa. In 2005, Robex was the third most important mining company operating
in Mali in terms of investment in exploration.


Richard Savard, President and CEO

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