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Anglo Swiss Outlines Drill-Ready Flake Graphite Target at Blu Starr

     Anglo Swiss Outlines Drill-Ready Flake Graphite Target at Blu Starr

PR Newswire

VANCOUVER, June 20, 2013

ASW: TSX.V

VANCOUVER, June  20, 2013  /PRNewswire/  - Anglo  Swiss Resources  Inc.  (ASW: 
TSX-V, ASWRF: PK)  ("Anglo Swiss" or  the  "Company")  is pleased to  announce 
that on-going prospecting on  its Blu Starr  Property in southeastern  British 
Columbia has identified several flake graphite occurrences within a 350  metre 
thick interval  of  relatively  flat lying  rocks  at  the north  end  of  the 
property. The occurrences expand  the limits of  the Tedesco graphite  showing 
with seventeen  surface grab  samples from  separate locales  returning up  to 
4.43% C (graphite). The Tedesco showing has a potential strike length of 3  km 
as defined by a prominent electromagnetic (EM) conductor, and remains untested
by  drilling.  (http://files.newswire.ca/933/angloswiss0620.pdf).   Additional 
assays are pending.

Recent prospecting has covered only a small portion of the 65 sq. km Blu Starr
property which adjoins Eagle Graphite  Corporation's flake graphite mine,  one 
of only two  operational natural flake  graphite mines in  North America.  Blu 
Starr covers  the  southern  extension  of  favourable  host  rocks  to  flake 
graphite. The  Tedesco  showing  represents  the  erosional  edge  of  several 
graphitic units which extend into the sub-surface. At Tedesco, graphite occurs
as disseminated  large flakes  hosted in  interlayered gneisses,  marbles  and 
calc-silicates within  elevations of  1,029 m  to 1,376  m. Exposed  graphitic 
units range  from less  than  one metre  to  apparent thicknesses  of  several 
metres; however, due to  local lack of surface  exposure, the total  thickness 
and the  number  of  graphitic  units are  unknown.  Estimates  from  previous 
regional mapping indicate thickness of graphitic units may be 50 metres.

"The Tedesco showing is now drill-ready. The target is a thick flake  graphite 
unit(s) within  the  stratigraphic  bounding limits  of  graphite  occurrences 
defined by  our prospecting  and along  its 3  km strike  length.  Exploration 
permits have  been submitted  and  the Company  is considering  its  financing 
options to  complete  a  first  phase  drill  program  and  to  continue  with 
prospecting to prioritize other targets on the property. Four additional large
EM conductors identified in  a 2012 airborne survey  completed by the  Company 
have yet to be prospected," commented Jari Paakki, Chief Executive Officer.

Jari Paakki, P. Geo., is the designated "qualified person" (within the meaning
of National Instrument 43-101)  responsible for the  preparation of this  news 
release. Assaying was  completed by ALS  Labs in Vancouver  using method  code 
C-IR06. Surface  grab samples  are selective  by nature  and are  unlikely  to 
represent the average grade on the  property; however, higher grades could  be 
expected as outcropping graphite mineralization may not adequately explain the
coherent EM conductor at  Tedesco. Prospecting was  initiated in 2012.  Assays 
for samples collected in 2013 are pending.

About Graphite:
Graphite is a naturally occurring form of carbon and is an excellent conductor
of both electricity  and heat. It  is a critical  component in the  increasing 
demand in  alternative energy  solutions, including  portable electronics  and 
hybrid and electric vehicles, solar and wind  power and fuel cells, on top  of 
traditional uses such as  steel production, lubricants  and brake linings.  In 
pricing graphite, the flake size and purity are key factors with large  flake, 
ultra purity graphite product commanding the highest prices in the markets.

About Anglo Swiss:
Anglo Swiss  Resources  Inc. is  a  Canadian based  exploration  company  with 
current assets including its Kenville Gold  Mine and Blu Starr Flake  Graphite 
properties in southeastern BC both a short drive from the city of Nelson,  and 
its Lansdowne House, Ring of  Fire Nickel-Copper-PGE property in  northwestern 
Ontario. Further information  about the Company  may be found  in the  Company 
presentation at http://www.anglo-swiss.com or at http://www.sedar.com.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: Certain statements  made 
herein may  contain  forward-looking  statements  or  information  within  the 
meaning of  Canadian  securities  laws.  Such  forward-looking  statements  or 
information include, but are  not limited to,  statements or information  with 
respect to Anglo Swiss Resources' plan for future exploration and  development 
of its properties. Forward-looking  statements or information  are based on  a 
number of estimates and assumptions and are subject to a variety of risks  and 
uncertainties, which could cause actual events or results to differ from those
reflected in the forward-looking statements or information. Should one or more
of these risks and uncertainties  materialize, or should underlying  estimates 
and assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those
described in forward-looking statements or information. For example, there is
no certainty, that any economically viable mineral deposit will be located  on 
the Property, or that the Company will be able to raise sufficient capital  to 
complete all  of  its  exploration  and  drill  programs.  Accordingly,  undue 
reliance should not  be placed on  forward-looking statements or  information. 
Anglo  Swiss  does  not  expect   to  update  forward-looking  statements   or 
information continually as  conditions change,  except as may  be required  by 
securities law.

SOURCE Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.

PDF available at:
http://stream1.newswire.ca/media/2013/06/20/20130620_C9874_DOC_EN_28300.pdf

Contact:

Jari Paakki, CEO
Tel: 705-507-4470
jpaakki@eastlink.ca

Chris Robbins, Vice President
Tel: 604-683-0484
chris@anglo-swiss.com
 
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