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Session cookies are designed to improve site performance and collect anonymous general information about the use of the web site. Session cookies are temporary and disappear when you exit a website or close the browser.

Regular cookies analyze the behavior of website visitors and collect general statistics on the number of visitors, visited pages, time spent on the site, from where the visitors came to our site.

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