Accessibility statement

This web presentation takes into account the accessibility and barrier-free issues of the web according to commonly accepted principles of rules of web accessibility and guidelines prepared for the purpose of the amendment to Act No. 365/2000 Coll., on Information Systems of Public Administration.

The presentation is created according to the specifications issued by the W3C based on the mark-up language used, HTML 4 Transitional, HTML 5 or XHTML 1.1 Transitional and observes syntactic and semantic correctness.
The contents are completely separated from style using cascading styles. The presentation can also be used on other output devices (mobile telephones, screen readers etc.).
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Some additional or multimedia functions of this site can be created using Adobe Flash technology and may require the installation of the Adobe Flash Player option in your browser, which is free to download on the Adobe inc. website.

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