When publishing materials, the editorial board adheres to the principles and standards adopted by the international scientific community and governing the relationship of all participants in the publishing process: authors, reviewers, the editor-in-chief, the managing editor, the publisher and the reader. We draw your attention to the fact that materials submitted for publication should:
1) comply with the subject of the journal, meet the criteria of originality, relevance, reliability and scientific novelty;
2) be published for the first time and meet all technical requirements for publications in this journal;
3) be accompanied by all the necessary references to the works cited or quoted. Plagiarism in all its forms constitutes unethical publishing behavior and is unacceptable. The Editorial Board considers the following to be the forms of plagiarism: copying parts of someone else’s works without proper citation in compliance with the rules of scientific citation; paraphrasing and summarizing someone else’s ideas and results without attribution; citing a non-existent source; submitting work you have already turned in or published previously without the consent of the parties interested; unconfirmed co-authorship or cooperation; self-plagiarism;
4) contain information on sources of funding and possible conflicts of interest, including both individuals and organizations.
The Editorial Board adheres to the recommendations of the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE). The material accepted for consideration is considered a confidential document, and its content is evaluated regardless of gender, race, age, status, citizenship, and political views of the author(s). Information about the process or the result of the review is not disclosed. The Editorial Board reserves the right not to enter into correspondence regarding accepted or rejected articles with persons who are not their authors. The Editor-in-Chief and his Deputy provide an objective review process. The journal allow the author(s) to hold the copyright.

By submitting the manuscript to the journal, the author(s) confirms:
1) his/her authorship and non-violation of copyrights of third parties;
2) the accuracy of information about him/herself as the author(s);
3) his/her understanding that the manuscript accepted for publishing cannot be placed in the open access, and any changes can be introduced only by agreement with the editors.
In case of violation of the principles and standards of the publication ethics or an attempt to exert pressure on the review process, the Editorial Board reserves the right to reject a manuscript without explanation and not to accept manuscripts from the author(s) for reviewing within five years.