The review process is double blind which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. It is applied to texts, representing the results of the original research and texts that describe the state of a special monothematic problem. Additionally, other texts can be reviewed if necessary.

The texts are sent to two reviewers. A reviewer who does not feel sufficiently qualified to evaluate an article should report this fact to the editor and apologize to the review process.

Authors and reviewers will remain anonymous both during and after the review process. The reviewer may not be an employee of the same workplace as the author or one of the co-authors.
In the case that the both reviewer have fundamentally different opinions, the article will be sent to the third reviewer. The final opinion on the publication of such text is within the editorial board's authority.

The review reports are archived for 5 years.