Page is owned by the CRTA Association, from Belgrade. Depending on your consent and when required by law, digital media operated by CRTA (“digital media”) use cookies and similar technologies (“cookies”). We use cookies in order to better understand how visitors use our digital media, and to provide tools and services, as well as to improve their use and functionality.

Before use of our digital media carefully read this Cookie Policy. If you disagree with the policy, do not use our digital media. More information on how we manage personal data  and your rights in that regard can be found in our Privacy Policy.

We reserve the right to make changes to both the Cookie and the Privacy Policy. Please regularly review them in order to be familiar with any details that could concern processing of your data.

What are cookies?

Cookies are little files which are installed on your device. They serve different purposes – some cookies enable you to move among web pages efficiently, remember your  preferences and generally improve your user experience on the internet. More about cookies that we use and how you can disable them below.

Why do we use cookies ?

Cookies make the use of our digital media easier and help us adapt our content to your needs. Use of cookies on our digital media enables you to enjoy better quality visits and more precisely track your activities on our website.

Cookies could also be used for improvement of future activities and experiences on our digital media.

We also use cookies for collecting anonymous, aggregate statistics that help us understand how visitors use our digital media, as well as to improve its structure and content.

Who collects cookies ?

Depending on the content, cookies could be placed by CRTA or a third party. If you don’t want to accept third-party cookies, you can deny consent via our cookie management tools or in settings of your internet browser.

We (or third-parties) may collect information through file reporting which tracks activities on digital media and gathers statistical data about user search habits. This data is generated anonymously and helps us collect (among other things) (i) the user’s browser type and operating system, (ii) user session information (such as URLs visited, date and time of visits to our digital media, pages viewed on our digital media, and duration of visits), and (iii) other similar navigation information or clicks. Information obtained through file reporting is also used for our internal needs, enabling us to continually improve and adapt the online content we provide to you. File reporting is used solely for internal purposes and is not associated with any individual user. Please note that based on this collected information, it is not possible to identify you.

What kinds of cookies do we use?

Essential cookies – These cookies are necessary for the functioning of our website. They are, for example, required for ensuring the security of the page, or to enable us to provide you a service you asked for. Those are the so called “session” cookies, which disappear at the end of every user session. You can disable these cookies through the settings of your browser. However, it is important to note that if you disable essential cookies, you won’t be able to use our page, or we won’t be able to provide the required service.

Our digital media may also use Google analytics cookies. These cookies collect information on how you use and how you navigate through our digital media. For example, they record which are your most visited pages, IP addresses (Internet Protocol), most frequently used search engines, internet service provider (ISP), reference/output pages, operational systems, dates/times and clickstream data.

We use this information to analyze usage trends, manage our digital media, track how users navigate through our digital media, and gather general demographic information about which users are using our digital media.

Functionality cookies – The use of these cookies allows tracking users over time to improve the structure of the website and provide more relevant content. The website also uses third-party cookies for analytical purposes (e.g., to manage and improve website performance and design).

Advertising cookies – We use services from companies that advertise while you visit our digital media, so we allow these companies to store and access their cookies on computers or mobile devices for the purpose of displaying those ads.

These companies use cookies to collect information about your visits to our and other digital media (this does not include personal data such as your name, address, email address, or phone number). In combination with information that cannot identify you, about your purchases and interests on other websites, they may use it to provide advertisements for goods and services that may be of interest to you.


Our digital media uses the following cookies:

Name Provider The purpose Time limit storage data Type
_ga Google It is used to differentiate users. 2 years HTTP Cookie
_ gid Google It is used to differentiate users. 1 day HTTP Cookie
_ ga _<container-id> Google It is used for storing the number and duration of visits. 2 years HTTP Cookie
wp-wpml_current_language WPML It is used to save the current page language.
_fbp Meta Platforms, Inc. Tracking website visitors and linking them to Facebook profiles and behavior across the internet in order to deliver various advertisements. 3 months HTTP Cookie
Smart Octo Insights For more information on how Smartocto uses cookies, visit

How to control cookies on our digital media ?

In addition to essential cookies, the above-mentioned cookies that may be used when browsing our digital media will be installed on your computer only if you have read and agreed to the banner that appears on our homepage.

You can also control cookie interaction depending on your web browser. Please refer to the “Help” section in the browser you use to learn how it works.

Please note that if you disable or block cookies, you may not be able to log into your account, view content, or use other features on our digital media. Also, parts of our digital media may not function at all or behave unexpectedly.

If you use different devices to browse and access our services, such as a smartphone or tablet, as well as your computer, you should ensure that each browser on each device is tailored to your cookie preferences.

To learn more about cookies, including how to see which cookies are set and how to manage and/or delete them, visit:

How to contact us?

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the Cookie Policy, please contact us at [email protected].

Updated: May 2024.