October 24, 2011

Drilling Campaign Commences At Tac And Corak

Vancouver, B.C., Mediterranean Resources Ltd. (TSX: MNR; Frankfurt: MHM1) ("Mediterranean") is pleased to announce that it's drilling contractor Ortado─ču Sondaj has commenced drilling this past weekend, the previously announced campaign on the Tac and Corak deposits of its Red Mountain (Kizildag) project.

The drill campaign has two goals, firstly infill drilling on the Corak deposit where wide gaps existed in the previous drill pattern on the higher areas of the deposit, and secondly to drill a deep target at Tac, that had been identified by consultants in the previous NI43-101 resource statement as having potential to be added to the deposit and pit shell design. The company hopes to produce a new resource statement on the two deposits early in the first quarter of 2012.

The drilling efforts are being supervised by the Turkish geological consultants, Dama Engineering A.S.

Signed on behalf of the Board of Directors

For further information please contact:

Christopher Ecclestone
Chief Executive Officer
604-669-3397
www.medresources.ca

 

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