Cookies are small text files placed on your computer by the websites you visited. They are widely used so that websites can work at all or work more efficiently, and also to provide the necessary information to website owners. Using cookies is the standard practice for most websites at the moment.
Please note that the removal or blocking of cookies may affect the user interface of the website and make some of the website components inaccessible to you.
Most browsers allow you to view, delete and block cookies from websites. Please note that if all cookies are deleted, all your settings will be reset, including the option to opt out of cookies, since this function by itself requires placing a corresponding cookie on your device that would allow such a refusal. Refer to the links below for instructions on managing cookies for common browsers.
Information about other browsers and device types is available on the site.
The following section describes the types, categories and purpose of website cookies. You can disable the use of certain cookies.
Such cookies are stored in the browser only for the duration of your session in the browser, i.e. until you leave the website.
These cookies are stored in your browser for a set period of time after the browser session ends (if you did not delete them).
Third-party cookies are set on the user's device by a site whose domain name does not match the domain name displayed in the address bar of the browser. Such cookies can be set as part of the downloaded data from a third-party resource (images, JS, embedded frame (iframe), etc. from a host system with a different name) or as part of an AJAX HTTP request to a third-party server.
These cookies enable the website to function and cannot be disabled. Usually they are used in response to actions you take, for example, to set privacy settings or fill out some form.
You can configure your browser so that it blocks these cookies or notifies you about them, but in this case some components of the site will stop working. These cookies do not store personally identifiable information.
These cookies help us calculate statistics on the number of visitors and explore traffic sources so that we can evaluate and improve the efficiency and usability of our site for you. They allow us to find out which pages are the most popular or are of least interest to users, how visitors navigate the site.
All information collected by these cookies is compiled and, accordingly, is anonymous. If you prohibit the use of these cookies, we will not be able to track website traffic and will not be able to regulate its work.
Analytical cookies fall into the category of functional cookies. For information on managing analytic cookies, see the section “Analytical cookie management” below.
These cookies help us to research the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns and increase the usability of our online resources, according to your preferences.
Used to store the selected language.
Used to store the session ID.
Cross-site request forgery protection.
Used for automatic authorization on the site.