Cookie Policy

Cookie policy (cookies) 

In order for the site to work properly and to improve it in order to make your browsing experience better, it is necessary to store a minimal amount of information (cookies) on your computer. More than 90% of all websites use cookies, and are required by the EU rules to request user consent to do so. By using this website, you agree to the use of a cookies. Blocking the cookies still allows you to view the page, but some of its features will not be functional. 

What is a cookie? 

A cookie is information stored on a personal computer at the time of browsing the website you have visited. Cookies allow easier use because they save your settings for the website (language or address) and reactivate them when you revisit the website. In this way, the information is tailored to your needs and usual ways of using it. 

From simple information about settings, cookies can also store a large number of personal information (name, e-mail address) for which you must give full access. If you have not enabled them, cookies cannot access the files on your computer. The activities of saving and sending cookies are not visible to you, however, in the settings of the selected web browser, you can choose the option of approving/rejecting requests to save cookies, deleting saved cookies and other activities related to the use of cookies. 

How to disable cookies? 

By disabling cookies, you do not allow them to be stored on your computer. Cookie settings can be configured and changed in the selected web browser. To view the settings, select the browser you are using (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 7 and 8, and Opera or Safari (English-language pages)). If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use certain functionalities of the website. 

What are temporary cookies? 

Temporary cookies, or session cookies, are removed from your personal computer at the time of closing the web browser in which you were browsing the website. With the help of these cookies, pages store temporary data. 

What are permanent cookies? 

Permanent or persistent cookies remain on your personal computer even after you close your Internet browser. With the help of these cookies, websites store data in order to facilitate your use. For example, websites that require username and password entry will remember your data that will appear upon each new visit. Persistent cookies will remain stored on your computer for days, months or years. 

What are first-party cookies? 

First-party cookies come from the website you are browsing, and can be temporary or permanent. In this way, websites store data that will facilitate your use every time you visit that website. 


What are third-party cookies? 

Third-party cookies come on your computer from other websites located on the website you are browsing. These are, for example, pop-up ads, and cookies have the role of tracking websites for advertising purposes. 


Does this website use cookies? 

Yes, this website uses cookies to provide you with a simpler and better user experience. 


What kind of cookies does this website use and why? 

Session cookies – these are cookies that will be automatically deleted when you close the web browser you use. 

Persistent cookies – these are cookies that will remain “stored” in your web browser until they expire or you manually delete them. The information collected is anonymous and does not include your private data. 


Does the website have third-party cookies? 

There are several external services that store limited cookies for you, which are not set by this website. Limited cookies are used for the uninterrupted use of features that provide users with easy access to content. This site allows:
Site traffic analysis 

The site uses Google Analytics - a service for site traffic analysis. If you wish to disable the storage of cookies by this service, visit the following link: 

More information about turning off cookies 

There are several websites if you wish to exclude placement of cookies of various services. Read more on the following links: