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February 26, 2021, New York, New York: (GTII: OTCQB) Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. (“GTII” or “Company”), www.gtii-us.com a development stage company, focused on acquiring new and innovative technologies in diverse industries, after quotation on the OTCQB marketplace, and retaining International Monetary for capital formation and support of its investor relations efforts, today announced that it has retired their convertible debt.

GTII’s President, Kathy Griffin, stated, ”GTII takes great pleasure in announcing the full repayment of the convertible debt facility previously entered into last November, 2020. Our Board and our project team are working tirelessly to execute the company’s business plan. The company was accepted back onto the “QB” as of January, 2021, so this is a continuation of what we believe will be an exciting year.”

Frank Benintendo, Vice-Chair of the Board, expressed great confidence in management and the entire project team. He added, “This is the second important step in creating a sound financial structure as we go forward in 2021.”

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About Global Tech Industries Group, Inc.: GTII, a publicly traded company incorporated in the state of Nevada, is a development stage company, specializing in the pursuit of acquiring new and innovative technologies.

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