Editors and the journal publisher adhere to the provisions of the Publishing Ethics Resource Kit and the Editorial Policy Statements formulated by the Council of Science Editors (CSE), the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the European Association of Science Editors (EASE) as well as the Committee on the Ethics of Scientific Publications.

Editorial Office:

  • ensures high quality of published materials;
  • observes scientific ethics when reviewing articles;
  • promotes the protection of intellectual property and copyrights;
  • rejects articles if plagiarism is detected;
  • rejects articles sent by authors to several journals;
  • keeps confidentiality;
  • makes editorial changes in consultation with authors.

Authors ensure:

  • compliance of materials with ethical and legal standards, including copyright legislation;
  • originality and scientific innovation of published research;
  • reliability of the results obtained;
  • mandatory references to the used works of other authors;
  • no borrowings without reference to primary sources (plagiarism);
  • reliability of information in the submitted materials.

Authors are not allowed to submit the same article for publication in several journals. Materials submitted for consideration to the Editorial Office of a journal must comply with the guidelines for formatting scientific articles presented on the website.

Reviewers are required to:

  • review only those materials that correspond to their scientific field;
  • prepare a review in a timely manner;
  • keep confidentiality;
  • be objective;
  • not to use the information received for personal purposes.