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Company Response

18 Jul 2017

Tahoe Resources

Tahoe Resources response

Tahoe Resources and its Guatemalan subsidiary, Minera San Rafael, are committed to the human and civil rights of all Guatemalan people…In recent weeks, we have been involved in extensive dialogue with a range of stakeholders to address locals’ concerns regarding the impacts of mining activities in the region and the protection of indigenous rights, particularly where mining operations take place in or adjacent to indigenous peoples’ territories. We continue to engage numerous stakeholders on these matters, including community leaders, the Vice President of Guatemala, the Ministry of Energy and Mines, the Ministry of the Environment, the Human Rights Ombudsman, representatives of the Catholic Church and diplomatic missions involved in human rights monitoring to better understand local concerns and to attempt to find peaceful resolution to these matters. …To that end, we invite all stakeholders to communicate their concerns, questions and suggestions regarding the operations of MSR through MSR’s human rights-aligned grievance mechanism, Tú Cuentas…