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Uralkali announces AGM decisions

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World Fertilizer,

Uralkali, a producer of potash, held its annual general meeting (AGM) of shareholders in the town of Berezniki, Perm Region, Russia.

Uralkali’s AGM elected the new Board of Directors, including Igor Bulantsev, Sergey Chemezov, Dmitry Lobyak, Luc Maene, Dmitry Mazepin, Dmitry Osipov, Paul Ostling, Dimitry Tatyanin and Daniel Wolfe.

Uralkali’s shareholders decided not to pay dividends on the outstanding common registered shares of Uralkali for 2018, to pay dividends on the outstanding preferred shares of the company in the amount of RUB 0.1/preferred share. The decision regarding the payment of minimal dividends on the outstanding preferred shares was recommended by the Board of Directors in order to support the current balance of voting and non-voting shares of the company and to thus ensure that the current percentage of voting shares of the minority shareholders of Uralkali is preserved.

The AGM approved JSC Deloitte & Touche CIS as auditor of the company’s 2019 consolidated financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS and JSC Energy Consulting as auditor of the company’s financial statements prepared in accordance with Russian accounting standards.

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