1. Total number of shares of Lietuvos Energijos Gamyba, AB as of the date of the ordinary general meeting of shareholders is 635,083,615 registered ordinary book-entry shares of 29 euro cents (twenty nine euro cents) par value, to which the rights to vote at the ordinary general meeting of shareholders are attached.
2. Issues for the agenda of the ordinary general meeting of shareholders may be proposed by those shareholders who hold number of shares granting them at least 1/20 of the total number of votes. A proposal for adding an issue to the agenda must be submitted in writing or by means of electronic communications. The proposal must be accompanied by draft resolutions on the issues proposed or, where adoption of resolutions is not required, by explanations about each issue proposed. The issue will be included in the agenda if the proposal is received not later than 14 days prior to the ordinary general meeting of shareholders.
3. The shareholders who hold shares granting them at least 1/20 of the total number of votes may propose, in writing or by means of electronic communications, new draft resolutions on issues on the agenda, additional candidates for the positions of members of management bodies, and an auditor at any time prior to the ordinary general meeting of shareholders or during the meeting.
4. The company must provide, by the start of the ordinary general meeting of shareholders, answers to the questions related to the issues on the agenda of the ordinary general meeting of shareholders, provided that the shareholder’s question was received not later than 3 working days prior to the meeting. The company will not provide answers to the shareholder personally if the relevant information is published in the company‘s website in the form of questions and answers. The company may refuse to answer a question of the shareholder if it is related to the company‘s trade (industrial) secret or other confidential information, informing the shareholder accordingly, except for cases where the shareholder or a group of shareholders holding or controlling more than ½ of the total number of shares submit to the company a written confidentiality undertaking in the form set by the company. In such a case, each shareholder will receive answers to his/her question personally.