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Max Resources provides CESAR copper-silver project update

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Global Mining Review,

Max Resource Corp. has provided an update on its inaugural drilling program at URU-C and URU-C located within the 20 km-long URU District.

Eight holes from four drill pads for a total of 1421 m of drilling have been completed to date on the URU-C zone. Drill hole lengths ranged from 53 m to 382 m. Max has reported that visible chalcocite and malachite have been observed in the URU-C diamond core. Assays are pending and due early December.

The drill rig is now moving to the URU-CE zone, located 750 m east of URU-C, with diamond drilling expected to continue through to mid-December 2022.

Max CEO, Brett Matich, commented:

“We are pleased that the drill core has evidenced visible chalcocite and malachite mineralisation, and we look forward to receiving assay results.”

“Max’s focus for this initial drill program is to identify the URU-C and URU-CE structurally controlled copper-silver mineralisation at depth. We will then follow-up on multiple stratiform copper-silver targets more typically found in the Cesar basin.”

“Max maintains a robust treasury and plans to continue drilling through much of 2023 as the company works toward significant copper discoveries which are in high demand with the world’s projected copper shortfall.”

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