Report from the Annual General Meeting 2019

SStar Gold Resources AB (publ) has held the Annual General Meeting in Stockholm on June 27, 2019, whereby the shareholders made the following decisions

Determination of income statement and balance sheet

The Annual General Meeting resolved to establish the income statement and balance sheet in the Company.

Appropriation

It was decided, in accordance with the Board's proposal, that no dividend will be paid for the fiscal year 2018 and that the result will be transferred on a new account.

Discharge

It was decided to grant discharge to the members of the Board and the CEO, except for Ben Hedenberg and Jan Rejdnell who were board members until January 12, 2019.

Election of Board of Directors and auditor and remuneration

The AGM resolved that the Board of Directors shall consist of four members and that the number of auditors shall be a registered auditing firm.

It was further decided that board fees should be paid with an annual amount of SEK 100,000 per board member. No fee is paid to the Chairman or CEO.

Bruno Horn, Simon Carse, Anders Årling and Karl-Axel Waplan were re-elected as board members

Bruno Horn was re-elected Chairman of the Board.

Moore Stephans KLN AB was elected auditor with Ludvig Kollberg as chief auditor for the period until the next AGM.

Decision on authorization

The Annual General Meeting resolved to adopt the Board's proposal for authorization that the Board of Directors be authorized, until the next Annual General Meeting, on one or more occasions, with or without deviation from the shareholders' pre-emptive right, to decide on a new issue of shares of series A and series B to the maximum number of shares specified by the Articles of Association.

All decisions were taken unanimously.

For further information

Karl-Axel Waplan; CEO mobil +46 705 104 239

SStar Gold Resources AB(publ)  is the Swedish parent company of the Russian subsidiary through which the SStar Gold strategy is to be executed:

To build a portfolio of exploration and exploitation licenses in the Trans – Bajkal Region in Siberia, RussiaThe focus is to combine licenses which each might be too small to be feasible and profitable but that combined and with efficient logistic  and combined resources will secure long term profitability To plan and develop the mining activities on the licenses successfully acquired  To continue the acquisition of licenses to build a long term feasible Gold mining company in the Trans Bajkal Region

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