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10 Sep 2020

Beowulf Mining

Responses from Beowulf to London Mining Network questions during 2020 AGM

"Responses to questions submitted in advance of the 2020 Annual General Meeting of Beowulf Mining Plc held on 10 September 2020 at 11:00 am", 10 September 2020.

Question 1...

...In Sweden, a livelihood based on reindeer herding continues to this day, at the same time as the reindeer herding areas have seen extensive economic development. Thus, there are many examples in Sweden where mining and reindeer herding coexist, and where agreements are reached between companies and the reindeer herders, including commercial terms. Also, there has been no case of any reindeer herding cooperative being forced to close because of any form of industrial activity, not just mining. The Kallak project covers approximately 0.5 per cent of one Sameby’s grazing lands and when it comes to practicalities, the mine can be designed to accommodate the needs of reindeer herders and management plans can be developed to enable us to work together....it is not a case of one activity or the other, both can prosper, livelihoods and culture can be both protected and improved.

Question 2...

The Girjas ruling is concerned with providing rights to fishing and hunting on state owned land in the westernmost part of Girjas. Girjas has after the ruling committed to ensuring that locally based fishermen and hunters that are not part of Girjas will also in the future be allowed to fish and hunt in these areas. The judgment does not affect the examination of the Kallak application, which is being considered under the Mineral Act and the Environmental Code.