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Uralkali Board Meeting Decisions

30.07.2013

Following the meeting on 29 July 2013, the Board of Directors of Uralkali (LSE: URKA; the Company), one of the world’s largest potash producers, has made the following decisions.

  • The Board has decided to stop Uralkalis export sales through Belarusian Potash Company (BPC) and direct all export volumes through Uralkali Trading.

Vladislav Baumgertner, Uralkali CEO, commented:

“Unfortunately, we should state that our cooperation with our Belarusian partners within BPC framework has come to a deadlock. It has always been Uralkalis position that export activities of both producers should go through the unified sales network. This fundamental principle of partnership was violated by the Decree No.566 issued by the Belarusian President on 22 December 2012, which cancelled the exclusive right of BPC to export Belarusian potash. Following the issue of the Decree, Belaruskali has made a number of deliveries outside BPC.

We have repeatedly informed our Belarusian partners that such actions were unacceptable and they have ultimately destroyed the fundamentals of our prolonged fruitful cooperation. In this situation we have to re-direct our export deliveries through our own trader.

Still, we thank our Belarusian partners for cooperation within the BPC framework and do not exclude the possibility of cooperation on a mutually beneficial basis in future.”

Uralkali (www.uralkali.com) is one of the worlds largest potash producers with a share of about 20% of global potash production. The Companys assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore-treatment mills situated in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Territory, Russia). Uralkali employs ca. 11,800 people (in the main production unit). Uralkalis shares and GDRs are traded on the Moscow Exchange and LSE, respectively.

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