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Response by Glencore

Author: Glencore, Published on: 25 February 2019

…Glencore is aware of allegations made by Ms Umasi and Mr Coaquira in respect of December event which occurred inside Antapaccay's land. This event is regrettable. We understand that four members of Antapaccay's security team were injured during this event. Glencore takes very seriously our human rights commitment towards communities where we and our business partners operate, and we expect our business partners to do the same. Glencore has always and will continue to reject violence and is committed to transparent and constructive community engagement…Glencore is undertaking an independent review of the recent event. If, following the independent review, it is determined that any of Antapaccay's team reacted in a way that is not consistent with our Code of Conduct, security and human rights policies and training, we will take appropriate action.

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