The Internet is today the largest repository of freedom of information for all users, and users with disabilities in particular. As such, we place great importance on providing equal opportunity for people with disabilities to use the information displayed on the site, and enable a better browsing experience.
We strive to ensure that digital services are accessible to people with disabilities, and therefore many resources have been invested to facilitate the use of the site for people with disabilities, as much as possible, in the belief that every person deserves the right to live in equality, dignity, comfort and independence.
Use of Website Accessibility Software
How does site accessibility work?
The site has an accessibility menu. Pressing the menu allows you to open the accessibility buttons. After selecting a menu item, wait for the page to load.
The software works in popular browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Explorer 10+, Safari, Opera. Browsing in the accessibility mode is recommended in the browser common among surfers: Chrome. In other browsers there may be incompatibility due to the incompatibility of the browsers themselves to fix.
What is on the menu?
Clear cookie memory
Grayscale for photos
Despite our efforts to make browsing the site accessible for all pages of the site, pages on the site that have not yet been accessed, or the appropriate technological solution has not yet been found, may be discovered.
We continue our efforts to improve the accessibility of the site, as much as possible, out of faith and a moral commitment to enable the use of the site for the entire population, including people with disabilities.
We welcome feedback from our users. If while browsing the site you encounter a special accessibility issue, we will be happy to receive feedback by filling out our feedback form located at the bottom of our accessibility component