Cookies Policy

We use cookies on our website in order to customize the functioning of the website as much as possible. We use cookies to:

– Recognize the returning visitors of the website;

– Analyse your habits so that the functioning of the website would be convenient, efficient and would conform to your needs and expectations.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files (several KB in size) that your web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Safari) saves on your computer, tablet, or another smart device during your visit to our website. They enable the website to save data such as IP address, type of browser, demographical data (age group, gender), and data of your behaviour in browsing the Website (the sections you visit, the goods you are interested in).

Cookies serve to give our website a “memory” - each time you visit our website, you are recognized as a regular visitor to the website.

How cookies are used on

The following types of cookies may be created by visiting our website:

XSRF-TOKEN, laravel_session - Valid ONLY in the current browser session.

Tracking and Behaviour Cookies are cookies that tell us whether you have visited before, or have saved cookies from previous visits. These cookies allow us to determine the number of unique visitors to and the frequency of their visits. These cookies help us collect and systematise statistical information.

_gat; – Valid instantly;

_ga; – Valid for two years;

_gid – Valid for one day.

Third Party Cookies – On some pages of our website, other entities may also set their own anonymous cookies in order to adapt their programmes or applications to your needs. Due to the specificity of the cookies operation, our website does not have access to the information that is transmitted by these cookies, as well as other entities do not have access to the information collected by our cookies. For example, when you share an article, found on our website, using the social media share button (such as Facebook), it will be registered on the social network that created that button.

How do I turn off cookies and refuse to accept them?

Most web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. You can turn off cookies at any time and thus stop our website from collecting them, but doing so will reduce the functionality of the website, and it may not work as well as it did before such refusal.

All modern web browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. Typically, these settings can be found in your browser's "Properties" or "Options" (Settings, Internet Options, etc.) menu:

Cookie Settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie Settings in Firefox

Cookie Settings in Chrome

Cookie Settings in Safari web and iOS.

The links provided above may be useful in order to understand these settings, or you can use Help Option on your browser to learn more.

For more information on how to delete and clear cookies, and for some other useful information about cookies, please visit