– CANADA, Toronto –  Condor Gold Plc (LON: CNR | TSX: COG | OTC: CNFGF) today announced that John “Ian” Stalker has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director, with immediate effect.

Mark Child, Chairman and CEO commented: “Ian joins Condor Gold at a time when permits have been received to construct and operate a processing plant with capacity of 2,800 tonnes per day and initial production forecast at circa 100,000 oz gold per annum from a single open pit. As the Company moves towards a construction decision for new gold mine at Mina La India, Ian’s significant construction and operating experience in a number of producing gold mines worldwide will be an invaluable guide to Condor Gold”.

About Ian Stalker

Ian Stalker is a senior international mining executive with over 45 years of experience in resource development. He has directed over twelve major gold, base metal, uranium and industrial minerals projects at various phases, from initial exploration drilling to start-up.

Mr Stalker has held senior positions at major gold producers, notably as Vice President at Gold Fields and Managing Director at Ashanti Goldfields. Mr Stalker has been involved in either the construction and/or operation of the following gold mines: Sansu Ghana Open Pits and Oxide Treatment Plant- 420koz gold p.a.; Ashanti Open Pit and Underground Sulphide Expansion and Biox Treatment Plant 500koz gold p.a.; Bibiani Mine 200koz gold p.a.; Siguiri Mine Guinea 250koz gold p.a.; Geita Mine Tanzania 250koz gold p.a.; St Ives Mine Australia 500koz gold p.a; and Filon Sur mine Spain 40koz gold per year.

Mr Stalker was Chief Executive Officer of Brazilian Gold Corporation, a TSX-V-listed company from 2011 until its sale to Brazil Resources in 2013. From 2009 to 2011 he was CEO and later a Non-Executive Director of Berkeley Resources Ltd, an ASX and AIM-quoted company with its main asset being a uranium development project in Spain and from 2008-10, Chairman and CEO at Niger Uranium Ltd. He was CEO of UraMin Inc. from 2005 until its acquisition by Areva S.A. in 2007 for US$2.5 billion. Prior to joining UraMin, between 2001 and 2004, Mr Stalker was Vice President at Gold Fields Ltd, the fourth-largest gold producer in the world at the time. Since 2014 Mr Stalker has been CEO and subsequently a Director of TSX-V-listed K92 Mining Inc, a gold and copper producer operating in Papua New Guinea. Mr Stalker was also CEO of LSC a TSX-V-listed Company from 2017 to March 2019 when it was sold to Pluspetrol.

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