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  • Euro Sun (ESM) has closed a $1.5 million security funding agreement with Lind Global Fund II, LP
  • Euro Sun has issued a convertible security with a face value of $1.8 million and 12,711,864 warrants to Lind
  • Euro Sun intends to use the funding for development expenditures at its Rovina Valley Project in Romania
  • Euro Sun Mining Inc. (ESM) opened trading at C$0.12

Euro Sun (ESM) has closed its previously announced $1.5 million security funding agreement with Lind Global Fund II, LP.

Lind Global Fund II, LP, is an investment entity managed by The Lind Partners, a New York-based institutional fund manager.

Euro Sun intends to use the funding for development expenditures at its Rovina Valley Project in Romania and general and corporate working capital purposes.

Euro Sun has issued a convertible security with a face value of $1.8 million and 12,711,864 warrants to Lind.

The Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) has conditionally approved listing the common shares underlying the Convertible Security and the Warrants on the TSX.

Euro Sun Mining Inc. (ESM) opened trading at C$0.12.

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