This web site is developed in accordance with the website accessibility guidelines developed by the World Wide Web Consortium, ensuring compliance WITH THE WCAG 2.1 AA level (see page for full details): https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG21/. This means that different technologies are used in the development of the web site to make the content more accessible to the widest possible range of users, including users with visual, hearing, or other movement restrictions.
This website was last evaluated on 30.05.2022.
Assessment document available here.
On this web site you can:
- Approximate its contents up to 155%;
- Navigate the web site with only the keyboard;
- Change the contrast of the content.
- Most web sites use screen readers (including JAWS, NVDA and VoiceOver latest versions).
Below is a more detailed description of how users can use the website more easily and efficiently using different browser operating systems and tools embedded in the web.
This web site allows users to navigate using only the keyboard. Navigate through the Web site by pressing the Tab tab key, which is most often located on the left side of the keyboard. The press of each key moves the cursor to the next item of the page, such as links to other pages or page-sensitive buttons. The focus item is highlighted by color change and looks like a framed box. Press Enter to activate this item (i.e. “click it”).
There are four main ways to zoom in on a Web page:
- using built-in capabilities,
- using the built-in capabilities of the operating system,
- installing a special browser plug-in,
- using font sizes embedded in the web site.
We recommend using the simplest way - the zoom in the web site.
All popular browsers allow you to zoom in and zoom in by pressing Ctrl and “-” keys. Or hold down Ctrl key and scroll up or down with a mouse roller.
In your operating system
Windows 10 and Windows 7 have an enlarger - a program that allows you to zoom in. Press “Start” and type “Magnifier” (“Start” > “Magnifier”) and press Enter. A small overlapping window appears, which can be moved with the mouse and zoom in on all the content in it at different distances.
On Apple computers, go to the Apple > system preferences > accessibility (or universal access) > Zoom (or Universal Access) > Zoom.
In Windows XP, go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > Accessories > Accessibility > Magnifier.
This web site includes three different font sizes that you can choose by moving the Tab key to the page settings until the focus box selects one of the desired font sizes. When you select one of the font sizes, the entire contents of the web are increased to the relevant size.
Change font size
70%, 100%, 125% 155%
This site allows users to get more text contrast by changing the color of the content. You can change the contrast of a web site in three different colors:
- white text on black background
- black text on yellow background
- and yellow text on a black background.
Change the color of the contents by moving the Tab key to the page settings until the focus box marks one of the contrast colors.
Change Page Contrast
Using screen reader
Screen reader is software that attempts to detect and interpret what is displayed on the screen. This interpretation is then repeated in an audio form or with the help of Braille display.
The content of this site is created in accordance with the technical standards of the screen reader. For example, images have Alt tags (special text-based descriptions), structural elements are positioned and arranged so that the order of the screen reader reading information is logical and easy to execute.
Select popular screen readers:
- JAWS (Windows) http://www.freedomscientific.com/
- VoiceOver (OS X, Free, built-in)
- NVDA (Windows, Free) http://www.nvaccess.org/download/
- Systemaccess (Windows) http://www.serotek.com/systemaccess
Easy to read
Easy reading functionality is intended to create simpler content and explain/rephrase industry terminology by reducing the amount of text.
The setting is available for all content units except contacts (institution/employee/branch/unit), banner, galleries, properties.
Go to easy reading
How much is this web site available?
Some sections may not be fully accessible on this web site. For example:
- Some sections contain less color contrast.
- The alternative text is not readily visible for some images;
- Some buttons cannot be properly identified with auxiliary software.
- Several documents are in pdf format that are not accessible by auxiliary software;
- Some sections do not have “easy to read” functionality.
How do i request content in accessible format?
If you need content in another format, contact us, stating:
- Link to content (URL)
- Your name and email address
- The format you need for specific content (such as audio CD, accessible PDF, Braille).
Notification of accessibility problems
If there are any problems that aren't listed on this page or you think we don't match the accessibility requirements, we'll be grateful if you contact us.
How we test this web site
This site was tested during development and is also regularly checked for compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines FOR V2 .1 A and AA. These tests are performed by the website developer.
What we do to improve accessibility
By regularly testing and receiving error notifications from users, we plan to update and improve the accessibility of the web site and fix the gaps as soon as possible.
This Communication is prepared on 13.11.2020.
Notification last updated 30.05.2022.