April 19, 2007
April 19, 2007-- Toronto, Ontario -- Vena Resources Inc. (TSX.V: VEM, Lima: VEM, Frankfurt: V1R, OTC: VNARF) announces that the first results of an extensive geophysical program conducted by ARCE Geophysics in the Azulcocha West project (6 kilometers west of the historical Azulcocha Zinc mine) including 12.4 square kilometers of magnetometry and induced polarization have returned positive results. Two large targets (first degree anomalies) have been identified as shown on the following page.
The first target along the Cochas – Gran Bretana fault line is approximately 3,500 meters by 500 meters in size where the Waie, Triunfo and Cantagallo areas are located and is open to the south. The prospects Waie and Triunfo were previously drill tested by the Japanese operators two decades ago and significant polymetallic intersects were found as previously reported. The second target to the north-west is approximately 2,000 meters by 900 meters in size in the Jesus Maria and San Pablo prospects. These two prospects have never been drill tested.
An extensive Induced Polarization program to be conducted this April/May will be focused on these two large targets leading to a 40 hole – 8,000 meter drill campaign scheduled to commence in June of this year, as well as 500 meters in underground workings.
These encouraging results are part of the Joint exploration agreement Vena signed last year with Glencore of Switzerland who is funding the work plan for the next two years.
For further information please visit the Company website at www.venaresources.com or contact:
Juan Vegarra – Chairman & CEO (416) 364-7739, ext. 120 – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pro-Edge Consultants Inc., Tracy Weslosky or Fred Cowans – Managing Partners
(866) 544-9622 or (416) 581-0177 – email@example.com
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