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Tuesday 20 April, 2010

Kryso Resources PLC

Further Excellent Drill Intersections from Pakrut


20 April 2010

                              Kryso Resources plc                              

                          (`Kryso' or `the Company')                           

        Further Excellent Drill Intersections from Pakrut Gold Deposit         

Highlights:

  * Ore Zone 1: 25.5m at 7.5 g/t, 42.4m at 5.4 g/t and 12.0m at 6.4 g/t Au
   
  * Ore Zone 3: 9.0m at 7.5 g/t and 13.5m at 7.5 g/t Au (with 4.5m at 20.1 g/t)
   
  * Updated resource estimate will form part of the Pakrut Bankable Feasibility
    Study (`BFS')
   
  * BFS results expected to be available at the end of Q2 2010
   
Kryso Resources plc, an AIM listed gold exploration and development company, is
advancing its Pakrut gold project in Tajikistan through a bankable feasibility
study (BFS), is pleased to report highly encouraging assay results from
drilling at Pakrut completed in the second half of 2009. The results have been
received from the SGS Group in South Africa, the independent assay laboratory
used by the Company. Significant intercepts were obtained from 12 of the 14
holes analysed.

In Ore Zone 1, mineralization was intercepted at depths of 230-400m below the
adit level, confirming that the mineralization is consistent and occurs at
economic grades to at least these depths. The deepest hole drilled at Pakrut
during the Soviet era vertically intersected Ore Zone 1 at 508m, reportedly
returning 34.4g/t Au over 2m. Ore Zone 1 remains open at depth.

The two high grade intercepts recorded in the shallower areas of Ore Zone 3
indicate that this zone is considered highly likely to host economic grade
mineralization. Similarly, intersections in Ore Zone 6a are at potentially
economic grades (see full results table below).

Overall, the results confirm the near vertical attitude and consistent shape of
the Pakrut ore bodies, which are likely to be amenable to underground mining
methods.

Trevor Davenport, Non-Executive Chairman and interim Managing Director of
Kryso, comments:

`These results indicate that there is excellent potential to expand the
underground resource base at Pakrut, and vindicate the decision to reorient the
Pakrut BFS around an underground mining case. In this context, the results from
Ore Zone 1 continue to show good grades and continuity at depth, is
particularly exciting. Combined with the intersections from drilling in the
first half of 2009 and subject to the findings of the BFS, these results
suggest that Pakrut has potential to develop into a significant underground
gold mining operation.'

Table 1: Pakrut Mineralized Intersections

BHID            From (m)        To (m)          Interval (m)    Grade (g/t Au) 
                                                                               
Ore Zone 1                                                                     
                                                                               
PKDD91a         223.2           242.7           19.5            2.9            
                                                                               
PKDD91a         250.2           253.2           3.0             7.5            
                                                                               
PKDD96          337             344.5           7.5             3.0            
                                                                               
PKDD96          355             362.5           7.5             2.4            
                                                                               
PKDD96          368.5           377.5           9.0             3.9            
                                                                               
PKDD97          266.7           292.2           25.5            7.5            
                                                                               
PKDD100         485.0           491.5           6.5             1.5            
                                                                               
PKDD101         371.0           376.1           5.1             5.4            
                                                                               
PKDD101         385.1           394.1           9.0             5.1            
                                                                               
PKDD101         415.1           436.1           22.5            5.2            
                                                                               
PKDD101         446.6           458.6           12.0            6.4            
                                                                               
PKDD101         475.1           487.1           12.0            4.0            
                                                                               
PKDD102         446.6           489.0           42.4            5.4            
                                                                               
PKDD102         494.1           506.2           12.1            4.7            
                                                                               
Ore Zone 1a                                                                    
                                                                               
PKDD98a         231.5           233.0           1.5             4.7            
                                                                               
Ore Zone 2                                                                     
                                                                               
PKDD99          426.0           429.0           3.0             4.7            
                                                                               
Ore Zone 3                                                                     
                                                                               
PKDD91a         41.7            43.2            1.5             9.2            
                                                                               
PKDD96          160             161.5           1.5             2.8            
                                                                               
PKDD97          13.2            22.2            9.0             7.5            
                                                                               
PKDD99          118.5           120.0           1.5             1.8            
                                                                               
PKDD100         194.5           208.0           13.5            7.5            
                                                                               
PKDD100         271.0           277.0           6.0             2.5            
                                                                               
Ore Zone 6                                                                     
                                                                               
PKDD102         10.5            19.5            9.0             1.8            
                                                                               
PKRC116         156.0           158.0           2.0             3.1            
                                                                               
PKRC119         101.5           104.5           3.0             1.8            
                                                                               
PKRC121         112.0           115.0           3.0             4.9            
                                                                               
PKRC121         151.0           152.0           1.0             2.8            
                                                                               
Ore Zone 6a                                                                    
                                                                               
PKRC117         203.6           207.4           3.80            8.2            

About the Pakrut Gold Project

The Pakrut gold project, of which Kryso has 100% ownership, is situated in
Tajikistan approximately 112km northeast of the capital city Dushanbe. Pakrut
has total JORC Code-compliant gold resources of approximately 2.8 million
ounces (assuming a cut-off grade of 0.5g/t Au) and is located within the Tien
Shan gold belt, which extends from Uzbekistan into Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and
western China, and which hosts a number of multi-million ounce gold deposits.

Drilling at Pakrut has previously returned numerous exciting intersections,
including 123.7m at 6.1g/t Au, 42m at 11.2g/t Au and 50m at 5.7g/t Au. A
bankable feasibility study (BFS) for the Pakrut project is currently being
undertaken by the Beijing General Research Institute of Mining & Metallurgy
(BGRIMM).

About Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a secular republic located in Central Asia. The country is a
member of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the Shanghai
Cooperation Organisation. Tajikistan hosts numerous operating precious metal
mines as well as the largest aluminium smelter in Central Asia. Kryso's
management team has extensive experience in the mining industry in Tajikistan.

For further information please visit the Company's website (www.kryso.com) or
contact:

Dr. Trevor Davenport/Craig Brown, Kryso Resources plc

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7371 0600

Katy Mitchell, WH Ireland Limited

Tel: +44 (0) 161 832 2174

Christian Dennis, Orbis Equity Partners Limited

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3137 1902

Qualified Person

All geological results have been approved for release by Dr Trevor Davenport
B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D, MIMM, C.Eng, Non-Executive Chairman and acting Managing
Director of Kryso Resources plc. Dr Davenport has more than 35 years of
experience in the mining industry and has consented to the inclusion of the
material in the form and context in which it appears.

Glossary

Au: The chemical symbol for gold.

Cut-off grade: The grade used to separate ore and waste such that only material
classified as ore will be treated in order to recover the economic metal or
mineral of interest.

Bankable feasibility study: A study of the economic viability of the mining and
production of base or precious metals or other minerals in such form and
containing such detail as is customarily required by a bank or other financial
institution engaged in mining project finance to enable it to determine whether
to finance the development of a commercial mining operation.

g/t: grams per tonne.

JORC Code: The Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral
Resources and Ore Reserves, as published by the Joint Ore Reserves Committee of
The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Australian Institute of
Geoscientists and Minerals Council of Australia.

m: metre.

oz: troy ounce.

Resource: An estimated tonnage and grade of mineralization in the ground.

t: metric ton.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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