All the articles submitted undergo review.
Reviewers when considering manuscripts should act in compliance with Regulations on Article Peer-review and Reviewer Responsibility.
When drawing up a referee report it is necessary to consider:
1) the novelty of the and relevance of the topic;
2) completeness of the subject presentation;
3) clear-cut objectives of the research;
4) consistency of methods;
5) justification of conclusions and their compliance with the subject;
6) distinction of the research and the novelty of the results;
7) strong and weak points of a manuscript.
At the end of a referee report a reviewer concludes on: 1) recommendation on publishing in the journal; 2) recommendation on publishing in the journal after resolving remarks and correction; 3) recommendation on refusal of publishing. In case of a negative referee report, a reviewer is to substantiate the conclusions.
A referee report is to be certified by seal and signature of the organization where a reviewer works.