TORONTO, June 28, 2012 /CNW/ - Gold World Resources Inc. ("GWR") (TSXV:GDW) or (the "Company") welcomes the renewed Alaska-Yukon partnership announced June 4th following the meeting between Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski and Alaska Governor Sean Parnell. "This is a clear indication of the importance of the working relationship between Alaska and Yukon," says GWR Chairman Hermann Derbuch. Both leaders agreed that the initial focus moving forward would be on mining and energy which is expected to be extremely helpful to GWR as it continues to develop its strategies and action plans for the ongoing exploration program at the Mount Anderson gold/silver, polymetallic ("Mt. A.") Project in the Yukon Territory.
The Intergovernmental Relations Accord which covers infrastructure and mine training puts the Company's future work at the Mt. A. Project in the Yukon on a good footing including its efforts to secure a Private Placement of approximately 2 million dollars to be used in explorations and drilling activities at the Mt. A. Project.
"The focus of the Accord on mining and energy is a great step forward in the revitalization of the mining industry in both regions from an economic development approach," says GWR Chairman.
"We are pleased to be part of the 600 million dollars that has been invested in mining exploration in the region in 2011 and look forward to be part of a successful partnership with the Yukon Government," says GWR Special Advisor on matters related to Communication, Public Affairs, Financing and Community Development Henry Calderon.
The University of Alaska and Yukon College plan to meet this coming summer to brainstorm on ways to continue collaboration on the Research & Development of methods to enhance training programs in underground and surface mining to meet Industry Standards in the Yukon and Alaska Region.
For further information: eco.gov.yk.ca/igr/accords.html .
About the Company: The Company is a precious- and base-metals exploration company focusing on the Mount Anderson Yukon gold/silver, polymetallic Project. The 2011 exploration resulted in the detection of a pattern suggestive of a major zoned body of mineralization that has a gold-enriched core, approximately 1,750 m by 400 m, located in the middle of the property. The newly staked Part 1-8 claims bring the strike length of the identified mineralization on the property to 8,000 meters.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Chairman & CEO
Gold World Resources Inc.
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For further information:
Hermann Derbuch, P.Eng.,
Tel.: 416.594.9888 Fax: 416.594.1967