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Western Metallica Resources Corp. announces success on initial drill hole as it advances its highly prospective Nueva Celti Copper Project, a past producing Cu mine, in Andalusia, Spain. Western Metallica Resources Corp. (TSXV: WMS) is a Canadian headquartered mineral exploration company with a strong portfolio of assets. The talented management team is executing advanced exploration programs across various copper and gold projects in Spain. The Company’s focus on the discovery and development of base and precious metals in highly prospective regions makes it an attractive investment opportunity for those looking to gain exposure to the mining sector. Well capitalized with over $4 million to advance its near-term plans, Western Metallica’s current drill program on its priority copper project in Southern Spain_, Nueva Celti_, aims to validate historic high-grade results and holds the potential to become a predominant copper resource and future operating mine. Nueva Celti is one of four assets in Western Metallica’s portfolio; the Company has 100% ownership of two gold projects in Asturias; Penedela and Valledor, and one copper project located in Andalusia; Nueva Celti, along with Sierra Alta located in Asturias which is under a joint venture whereby the Company owns 55% and is the operator. Western Metallica recently initiated a 2 phased 3,000-metre diamond drilling program at Nueva Celti, the Company’s copper project. Drilling is estimated to reach 1,200 metres in Phase 1, and 1,800 metres in Phase 2, aimed at validating the historical grades and confirming the geology interpreted from the compiled historical information of ‘Asturiana de Zinc’, Glencore. The Nueva Celti project is significant due to its location near ﬁrst class infrastructure and adjacent to the Iberian Pyrite Belt,