Cookie Policy

When visiting the Administration's websites, the User gives their consent to the use of cookies in accordance with this Policy on this type of files.
1. What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent to the User's browser by the Websites they visit. They are widely used to make Websites work at all or work more efficiently, as well as to provide required information to the Website's owners. The use of cookies is standard practice for most Websites at the moment.
2. Managing Cookies On Your Device
The Administration uses cookies to personalize content and improve user experience. The User can control cookies and manage their use via their browser (see cl 2.1).
Cookies deletion or blocking may affect the Website's user interface and make part of the Website's components unavailable to the User.

2.1. Managing Cookies In the Browser
Most browsers allow you to view, delete, and block cookies from Websites. In case all cookies are deleted, all Websites' settings will be reset for the User. You can use the links below to read instructions for managing cookies on popular browsers:
Information on other browsers and device types can be found at and
3. Cookie Disclosure
The following section describes the types, categories, and purpose of cookies on the Website. The User can switch off the use of specific cookies according to the functionality of the browser they use, as described in cl 2.1.

3.1. Types Of Cookies

  • Session Cookies
Such cookies are stored on the browser during the User's browser session only, that is until the User quits the browser.

  • Persistent Cookies
Such cookies are stored in the User's browser for a specified period of time regardless of whether the browser is opened or closed.

  • First-Party Cookies
First-party cookies are placed on the User's device by the Website, the domain name of which is displayed in the address bar of the browser.

  • Third-Party Cookies
Third-party cookies are placed on the User's device by a website, the domain name of which differs from the domain name displayed in the address bar of the browser. Such a cookie may be placed as part of the data that is downloaded from a third-party resource (images, JS, in-line frame (iframe), etc. from a host system with a different name) or as part of an AJAX HTTP request to a third-party server.

3.2. Categories Of Cookies

  • Essential Cookies
These cookies make the Website work and they cannot be switched off. They are usually applied in response to actions carried out by the User, such as configuring privacy settings or filling in some forms.

The User can configure their browser so that it can block or alert them about these cookies, but in this case, some of the website's components will stop working.

  • Analytics Сookies
These cookies help the Administration calculate statistics on the number of visitors and explore traffic sources so that the Administration can evaluate and improve the website's efficiency and usability for Users. They allow the Administration to learn which pages are most popular or least interesting for Users and how visitors browse the website.

All information collected by these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If the User rejects the usage of these cookies, the Administration will not be able to keep track of the website's traffic and regulate its operation.

  • Additional Cookies
These cookies help the Administration research the effectiveness of marketing campaigns and improve the usability of the Administration's online resources, taking into account Users' preferences.

  • Advertising Сookies
To promote its services, collect statistics, and carry out research, the Administration may use other websites on the Internet to place advertising that will be visible to the Users. Cookies are used to make offers more User-oriented and based on their interests. They also help prevent the same ads from being displayed too often. These advertising messages are exclusively intended to inform Users about the Administration's offers that are potentially interesting for them. The Administration does not sell Users' data to third parties.

3.3. Managing Analytics Сookies

The User may refuse the recording of their anonymized browser history in analytics cookies on the Administration's Websites. The Administration uses the services of providers listed below. The User may learn more about their privacy policy and how to opt out of their analytics cookies by clicking the following links:
4. Use Of Cookies By the Administration
The table below describes how the Administration uses cookies on this Website.
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