SANTIAGO, Chile--(www.orosur.ca or at http://vimeo.com/orosur/review/58626389/3352b050a1)--Orosur Mining Inc (‘OMI’ or the ‘Company’) (TSX: OMI) (AIM: OMI), the South American focused gold producer and explorer, today announces that it has today placed on its website a video of the ramp at Arenal Deeps. This video is in English, lasts approximately 5 minutes, and in it David Fowler and Juan Lacerda explain why and how the ramp was developed. Please watch it at:
The Company also reports that, further to its announcement of 11 January 2013, it is approximately 15 metres (out of a total of 1,990 metres) from the completion of both the development of the Arenal Deeps ramp and the lateral development to enable production from the transverse stopes. Accordingly the Company will be able to access higher grade ore at Arenal Deeps for the first time in the last quarter of the financial year ending 31 May 2013.
About Orosur Mining Inc.
Orosur Mining Inc. is a fully integrated gold producer and exploration company focused on identifying and developing gold projects in Latin America. The Company operates the only producing gold mine in Uruguay (San Gregorio), and has assembled an exploration portfolio of high quality assets in Uruguay and Chile. The Company is quoted in Canada (TSX: OMI) and London (AIM: OMI).
Forward Looking Statements
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