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[PDF] Supporting Statements to Proposals for resolutions to be presented at the AGM in Lundin Petroleum AB (publ) Thursday 10 May 2012

Two years ago, the Public Prosecutor for International Crimes, Magnus Elving, opened a criminal investigation into Swedish links with violations of International Humanitarian Law in Sudan. The investigation is on-going and likely to continue for several more years. This protracted state of uncertainty goes against the interest of the Company. By pro-actively supporting the Public Prosecutor and handing all relevant files over to him, the investigation will gain speed and the Company and its shareholders will be publicly showing their genuine commitment to the course of justice. Furthermore, such undertaking would limit the risk of a house search by the criminal police. Finally, by making all available data available to the Public Prosecutor, the potential for a conflict of interest between the Company and individual members of its senior management and Board would be minimized.

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