Cookies Policy

The website uses cookies to facilitate navigation and the smooth operation of the website pages. Cookies are small files (text files), which are sent and stored on the user’s/subscriber’s computer, allowing websites such as to function smoothly and without technical malfunctions, allow user identification and facilitate access them on and also collect data to improve the content. It is pointed out that Cookies are absolutely necessary in order for to function properly and seamlessly. Finally, cookies are widely used to make websites work more efficiently, as well as to provide useful information to the website administrator.

Cookies are broken down as follows:

Session ID: used for basic website functionality and stores visitor preferences such as language settings. Cookies preferences: used for the user’s choices regarding cookies on the website. Universal Analytics (Google): are used to collect information about how visitors use the website and in particular the Contact page.

Cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including: the number of visitors to the website, what the previous website was and the pages visited. Most web browsers allow you to control cookie settings through the browser options. To learn more about cookies, visit

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