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Kazakhmys PLC (KAZ)

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Tuesday 23 May, 2006

Kazakhmys PLC

Results of AGM

Kazakhmys PLC
23 May 2006

                                                             Tuesday 23 May 2006

Kazakhmys plc

Results of AGM

At the Company's annual general meeting held today, all of the resolutions put
to the meeting were duly passed.

The results on each resolution were as follows:

Resolution                           Votes For     Votes Against Votes withheld
1: To receive and adopt the        414,990,943         1,527,267      3,330,266
report of the Directors and the
audited accounts of the Company
for the year ended 31 December           99.63%             0.37%           N/a
2005 together with the report of
the auditors.
2: To approve a final dividend of  419,655,206                 0        193,271
20.6856 pence (36.0 US cents) per
ordinary share for the year ended       100.00%             0.00%           N/a
31 December 2005.
3: To approve the Director's       419,021,006           626,575        200,896
remuneration report for the year
ended 31 December 2005.                  99.85%             0.15%           N/a
4: To re-elect James Rutland who   418,970,954           684,252        193,271
retires in accordance with
Article 92 of the Company's
Articles of Association and who,         99.84%             0.16%           N/a
being eligible, offers himself
for re-election as a Director.
Percentages show votes as a percentage of the total number of shares 
being voted by proxy

Resolution                        Votes For     Votes Against Votes withheld
5: To re-elect Yong Keu Cha who    418,250,455      1,404,751        193,271
retires in accordance with
Article 92 of the Company's
Articles of Association and who,         99.67%          0.33%           N/a
being eligible, offers himself
for re- election as a Director.
6: To re-elect Ernst & Young LLP   418,823,234         831,972       193,271
as auditor of the Company until
the conclusion of the next
general meeting at which accounts        99.80%           0.20%          N/a
are laid before the Company.
7: To authorise the audit          419,019,588         635,618        193,271
committee of the Company to set
the remuneration of the auditor.         99.85%           0.15%           N/a
8: To authorise the cancellation   419,626,155               0        222,322
of the authorised special share
capital in accordance with
section 121(12)(e) of the               100.00%           0.00%           N/a
Companies Act in 1985.
9: To authorise the Directors to   418,363,288       1,285,910       199,279
allot Relevant Securities up to
an aggregate nominal amount not
to exceed one third of the               99.69%          0.31%           N/a
Company's issued ordinary share
10: To authorise the Directors to  419,648,634          1,364        198,479
issue Relevant Securities for
cash as if section 89(1) of the
Companies Act 1985 (as amended)         100.00%          0.00%           N/a
did not apply.
11. To authorise the Directors to  419,626,285          6,146        216,046
make one or more market purchases
within the meaning of section 163
(3) of the Companies Act 1985 of        100.00%          0.00%           N/a
ordinary shares of 20p each in
the capital of the Company.
12. To adopt the new Articles of   416,711,759      2,896,644        240,074
Association produced to the
meeting and the amendment of the
new objects clause of the                99.31%          0.69%           N/a
Memorandum of Association.
Percentages show votes as a percentage of the total number of shares 
being voted by proxy

For further information please contact:

Matthew Hird, Company Secretary               Tel: +44 20 8636 7900
Kazakhmys PLC

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