New rules for holding General Meetings of Shareholders were introduced

The new draft law proposes to establish the possibility of holding General meetings of shareholders remotely using information and communication technologies, without determining the place of their holding.

Shareholders will be able to discuss issues on the agenda and make decisions, as well as vote, using information and communication technologies.

It is reported that shareholders, using identification through the Unified Identification and Authentication System, will be able to remotely view the agenda and materials of the meeting, watch the webcast, ask questions to the Issuer or the Counting Commission, and vote by filling out an electronic Bulletin form on the website.