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Alexander Nubia International Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the exploration and development of mineral properties in Egypt. The company primarily explores for copper, gold, silver, and zinc. It holds 2 exploration concessions, including the Abu Marawat covering an area of 1,027 square kilometers; and the Fatiri concession covering an area of 1,745 square kilometers, which are located in Eastern Desert and Nubian Shield of Egypt. The company is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Properties

Hamama Gold-Silver-Zinc-Copper VMS:
The Hamama volcanogenic massive sulphide (“VMS”) deposit is one of Alexander Nubia’s two premier deposits that occur in its substantial land package (Abu Marawat and Fatiri Concessions) with excellent infrastructure in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. Technical work completed to date demonstrates that Hamama has similar characteristics to other major VMS deposits in the Arabian-Nubian Shield (“ANS”).

Abu Marawat Gold-Copper:
The Abu Marawat gold-copper mesothermal deposit is one of Alexander Nubia’s two premier deposits that occur in its substantial land package (Abu Marawat and Fatiri Concessions) with excellent infrastructure in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. Technical work completed to date demonstrates an initial 397,000 oz gold1 equivalent resource estimate with the potential to significantly expand.

The Abu Marawat Deposit occurs within a historical gold and copper mining district in the Abu Marawat Concession and is situated in the Eastern Desert of the Nubian Shield in Egypt. A re-emerging mining district with historical mining dating back to Pharaonic times. Including numerous old workings demonstrate the resource potential with the application of modern exploration and mining techniques. The discovery of Centamin Egypt’s Sukari Mine which now has global resources over 14 M oz of gold has brought a great deal of attention to the Eastern Desert. Alexander Nubia’s management team has been successful in establishing the prospective land claim, one of the largest in the Eastern Desert, as it advances its Abu Marawat Property to a NI 43-101-compliant resource estimate.

The Abu Marawat Deposit is a gold rich, polymetallic deposit and has had preliminary exploration, including a historical resource estimate of 94,000 oz of Au and Au/Ag equivalent by Fluor Daniel (1995), based on drilling by Minex in 1988-1989. The deposit is a gold-rich polymetallic mesothermal quartz vein system. Mineralization occurs pre- and post-faults. Geology, geophysics and geochemistry outlined potential of the vein zone for a strike length of 1,500 m. Drilling conducted by Alexander Nubia has intersected mineralization to a depth of 230 m and is open both along strike and at depth.

Office Address

Alexander Nubia International Inc.
666 Burrard St. - Suite 500
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada, V6C3P6

www.alexandernubia.com/

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