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• the manuscript must not contain ideas and suggestions directed against human dignity as well as suggestions supported discrimination and racism;

• all forms of plagiarism are inadmissible.

If the above requirements are violated, then the Journal reserves the right to respond and inform the scientific community and the competent institutions.

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Authors should submit their manuscripts offline. This method allows the Editor to contact the author directly not mechanically (as a robot) every time when need to do it.

This method allows to simplify and at the same time to optimize the process of submission.

We ask the authors who intend to submit their manuscripts to follow instructions for publication in Submission Centre or in case of questions to e­mail directly on the following e­mail addresses: ejnmee@gmail.com

Notes of importance

Every manuscript will be reviewing by blind review method with two reviewers in a period of time between one and two weeks.

After reviewing manuscripts, the authors get a message through e­mail containing one of the following estimates:

A) to unconditionally accept the manuscript;

B) to accept it in the event that its authors improve it in certain ways;

C) to reject it, but encourage revision and invite resubmission;

D) to reject it outright.

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