Strategic Mining Corporation
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Strategic Mining Corporation

January 26, 2011 08:01 ET

Strategic Mining Corp (SMNG) Receives Environmental Approval for Its Nat Son Gold Property in Northern Vietnam

NEW YORK, NEW YORK--(Marketwire - Jan. 26, 2011) - Strategic Mining Corporation (PINK SHEETS:SMNG) announced today it has received environmental approval from the Vietnamese government for its exploration and development project at Nat Son.

"Obtaining environmental approval is a key milestone for the project and represents an important step forward for our company toward exploitation of the property's potential gold resources," said President Todd Sterck."

Recent assay results from rock samples collected at Nat Son have shown gold values as high as 47.3 g/t and silver values as high as 228 g/t.

Located in northern Vietnam, the property is situated on the same strike as the currently producing Dong Thann gold mine, a government-owned project 7 kilometers to the south.

In December 2010, the Vietnamese government granted Strategic Mining an exploration and development license for Nat Son after Strategic Mining released geological reports identifying gold-bearing ore veins and indicating the presence of economical gold and silver resources.

About Strategic Mining Corporation (PINK SHEETS:SMNG)

Our goal is to become a significant gold producer. We're currently focused on exploration and development of gold properties in Viet Nam, the U.S. and Africa. The company intends to expand by acquiring mineral rights to key properties and initiating strategic joint ventures. To find out more about us, visit www.strategicminingcorp.com.

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