Competitive Laws

(enagonioi nomoi)












9.  KNOCK DOWN and KNOCK OUT positions








The competition is defined by the engagement of two pangratiasts who exchange blows by using their hands, elbows, knees and feet. The striking techniques applied are full contact. Holds of the opponent’s body or clothing, throws, chokes and submission techniques are permitted according to the Regulations herein.


The ring is called the palaestra. It is blue in color, circular with a 10 meter diameter. A band one meter thick, painted white, highlights the outer edge of the ring. In the centre of the pa palaestra there is a white circle with a radius of 3 meters. In regional championships the ring (palaestra) may have a different shape.


Pangratiasts enter clean, with nails cut and with hair tied back, if it is long. The outfit shall be clean and dry. They do not wear any kind of jewelry.For LEFKOS (the one on the white side) the outfit is white shorts and for KYANOUS (the one on the blue side) the outfit is blue shorts with a blue or white meander stripe along the edges. The pangratiasts wear an athletic cup under the trousers, open type gloves for being able to also grab the opponent (at least 6 oz), shin protectors and a helmet. Female pangratiasts shall also wear a rash guard and a chest protection. All pangratiasts with orthodontic braces must wear a mouth guard. All other protective gear is permitted only in the case of health problems with the consent of the doctor, so no pangratiast will have an advantage over his competitor. It is allowed to wear on the front right side of the shorts a circular sign of their rank. Whoever has the rank of Pangratiast and above wears a corresponding parallelogram sign on the front left side of the shorts. Only the members of the national teams are allowed to bring the flag of their country on their shoulders.

The matchcommittee can exclude anyone who does not comply with the above rules.


A. Content of Pangration.

During the match strikes, throws, submission techniques and other aggressive and defensive movements are allowed in certain positions of the pangratiasts.

B. Positions of the Pangratiasts.

a. “Upright” position – the pangratiast touches the palaestra only by standing on his feet. All technical actions that start from the “Upright” position and lead to the departure from the surface of the palaestra (jump or grip of the opponent) are equal to the “Upright” position.

b. “Kato pangration” position – in this position the pangratiast touches the palaestra with any part of the body except the legs.

c. “Engagement in an upright position” – both pangratiasts are in the “Upright” position.

d. “Engagement kato pangration” – one or both pangratiasts is in the “kato pangration” position (down on the palaestra).

e. “Off the palaestra” position is considered when:

– in the “Upright” position one of the athletes with his foot stepped out of the palaestra

– in the “Kato pangration” when the body of an athlete is 50% out of the palaestra.

C. Striking Techniques.

a. The strikes are an impulsive, explosive, straight or curved, reciprocating movement that are carried out with the arms and legs to the allowed parts of the human body by the Regulations.

b. Strikes are performed with any part of the fist (except the base of the inner palm) on the body of the opponent.

c. Strikes with the legs are performed with the knee, shin, the tip, heel to the face, side of the head, the torso, legs (inside and outside of the thigh).

d. Striking with legs and arms from the “kato pangration” position is allowed only if the attacker is also in the “kato pangration” position. The strikes are performed and scored if the attacking pangratiast changes his position after each strike.

D. Throws.

a. A throw is a movement of the pangratiast which results in the opponent losing his balance and falls, touching the surface of the palaestra with any part of his body other than his feet (hips, side, back, abdomen), that is, he takes the position “kato pangration”.

b. A throw is considered executed:

– if the attacking pangratiast (from start to finish) maintains his “Upright” position,

– when the opponent falls, if during the throwing process he takes one of the “kato pangration” positions but at the same time takes a dominant position, or leys on the opponent to keep his balance.

c. Anti technique throw, in which the defending pangratiast takes the initiative from the attacking pangratiast and throws him down, changing the nature or direction of the attacker’s fall.

d. Any spinning (exchanging of dominant position) during the match in the “kato pangration” position, as well as changing the dominant position, performed by the pangratiast in the “kato pangration” position, is not scored.

E. Submission techniques (joint target).

a. Submission technique (joints target) is the grasp of the opponent’s hand or foot in the “kato pangration” position and which forces the opponent to admit defeat as a result of the pain effect.

b. A submission technique must be interrupted if the pangratists were found outside of the palaestra.

c. A submission technique is considered to be successful when the pangratiast who receives the attack gives a signal of defeat by his voice or by tapping the opponent’s body or by tapping the palaestra with his hand or foot.

F. Choking techniques.

a. Choking techniques are performed by compressing the carotid artery and throat of the opponent, resulting in the opponent to surrender.

b. It is forbidden to choke with bare hands or fingers.

c. A Choke technique is considered to be successful when the pangratiast who receives the attack gives a signal of defeat by his voice or by tapping the opponent’s body or by tapping the palaestra with his hand or foot.  In this case, the Hellanodikis palaestra gives the command “PAFSASTHE” (stop) and, if necessary, invites the doctor.

G. Prohibited movements and technical actions.

a. During the engagement there are prohibited movements and technical actions:

– violation of discipline, rude unethical behavior towards the opponent, participants, Hellanodikes or spectators.

– doping or usage of alcohol.

– the performance of jumping guard is prohibited.

b. During the engagement the following striking techniques are prohibited:

– striking the joints of the arms and legs (elbow, knee, leg) in a direction contrary to the natural movement of the joint,

– striking the eyes, throat, neck, spine, groin,

– attacking the opponent down on the ground with kicks from the “upright” position,

– striking the opponent down on the ground with hands to the face,

– pushing and jerking the eyes, nose, mouth, ears,

– striking with the head, fingers, open gloves and with the base of the inner palm,

– strikes with the elbow on the vertical plane (upwards or downwards)

c. Prohibited throws:

– when a pangratiast who is attacked with a straight armbar changes his position to “Upright” and pulls the body (shoulders) of the attacker from the palaestra

– when the opponent is undergoing a painful lock

– throw with head-neck lock only without any grasping of a hand.

d. During the engagement the following locks are forbidden:

e. During the engagement the following chokes are forbidden:

– with a sharp pull

– by closing the mouth and nose of the opponent with the hands, preventing breathing,

f. During the engagement, due to the risk of injury, it is also prohibited:

– turning the back or neck to the opponent in the “Upright” position,

– continuation of the engagement after the finishing bell or the “PAFSASTHE ” (stop) command of the Hellanodikis,

– using as support the face of the opponent with the arms, legs or head,

– compressing the head of the opponent or pressing his head on the palaestra,

– scratching, stinging, biting, spitting,

g. As an obstacle to the active conduct of the match is considered:

– exiting the palaestra

– executing a grip on the opponent with no technical sequence,

– permanent retreat, without the effort of attack or counterattack,

– delay in the breaks of the match,

– obvious pushing and removal of the opponent outside the limits of the palaestra,

– the deliberate transition to “kato pangration” with no apparent technique.

h. Violation of moral conduct are:

– simulation of an injury or its severity for cheating the judges,

– an attempt by the spokesperson or team to influence the decision of the judges,

– loss of self-control, abrupt, non-moral behavior towards the opponent, participants, Hellanodikis, or spectators,

– deliberate attempt to injure the opponent.

i. Violation of discipline are:

– no show in the match,

– delay in appearance in the palaestra,

– appearance in the palaestra without being prepared,

– speeches in the palaestra,

– leaving the palaestra without the permission of the Hellanodiki, including the need for medical assistance,

– coaching, accompanied by unethical behavior of the spokesman, coach, assistant or other team members, located near the palaestra.

j. In the cases referred in the above paragraphs (b) and (i) where there is no injury of the opponent, the pangratiast shall be punished:

– for the first time – warning,,

– for the second time – second warning,,

– for the third time – third warning,,

– for the fourth time – fourth warning, and exclusion.

k. In the cases referred in the above paragraphs (b) and (i), the athlete who committed the offense may immediately be punished to warning, or exclusion for the particular match or until the end of the matches by decision of the President of the Hellanodiki

In case the synthesis of the Hellanodikes is only one Hellanodikis palaestras then there is no need of agreement from anyone. In case of a two Hellanodikis synthesis, then the agreement of the second Hellanodikis is required for the immediate exclusion penalty, disqualification or exclusion.  


For the enforcement of punishment on immediate disqualification one of the three Hellanodikes must agree. An immediate disqualification is caused by the following actions:

a. Twisting together the joint of knee and ankle.

b. Twisting together or distortion of fingers.

c. Overstretching or locking of vertebral column (techniques of “guillotine” type)

d. The opponent’s crushing or intentional slamming on the ground.

e. Throwing over the chest, by tying the body from behind, aiming at crashing the opponent’s neck on the suplex.

f. Biting or digging the eyes.

g. Spreading substances on the body

h. Strangling by naked hands- fingers

i. Exit for avoiding the completion of a submission technique.

j. Pulling of hair, ears, nose, genitals, use of fingers or nails, crash of head on the palaestra, stamping on the body, when the opponent has fallen down.

k. Intention for injuring the opponent.

l. Vomiting on the palaestra during the match.


A. The match lasts 1 round. The duration of the match is as follows:

a) YOUNG WOMEN (female) (18-20): 4 minutes of clear time,

b) AGENEIOI  (male) (18-20): 5 minutes of clear time,

c) GYNAIKES (female) (21+): 4 minutes clear time,

d) ANDRES (male) (21+): 5 minutes of clear time.

B. If there is no winner in the match (a “tie” is recorded), after a one minute break the match is extended for one minute of clear time (extra round).

C. During the match, the pangratiasts shall not be allowed to leave the palaestra without the permission of the Hellanodikis. If this is deemed necessary by the Hellanodikis, the pangratiast may come out of the palaestra to arrange his outfit.

D. In order to provide medical assistance due to an injury suffered by the pangratiast, he is given time, which does not exceed 2 minutes per match. Medical assistance is provided directly to the border of the palaestra. At the same time, the timerkeeper announces the end of each minute of the break. If after two minutes the pangratiast cannot continue the fight, he is deemed as loser, while his opponent wins a clean win.


A. The decision on the outcome of the match is taken by the Hellanodikis palaestra, based on the notes of the Hellanodikis periphereias after the completion of the match.

B. The result of the match may be the victory of one pangratiast and defeat of the other, it may also be the defeat of both pangratiasts (mutual disqualification for violation of this regulations or injury of both pangratiasts).

C. At the same time, the winner can be announced:

– clear victory,

– victory by points,

– victory, by the opinion of the judges.

D. The pangratiast wins a clear victory if:

Δ.a. – he knocked out the opponent,

D.b. – he executed a successful choke or submission lock,

D.c. – he achieved a second knockdown – “technical knockout”

D.d. – Achieved a clear advantage over his opponent (ten or more points difference),

D.e. – the opponent is unable to continue the fight (removed under the doctor’s instructions and has exceeded the time [2 minutes] for medical assistance or the pangratiast has exceeded the time [1 minute] to arrange his equipment).

D.f. – disqualification, the opponent is eliminated from the competition for violating the Rules or from lack of technical preparation,

D.g. – his opponent or opponent’s coach refuses to continue the match,

E. Victory by points is awarded when the difference between the points scored by the pangratiasts during the match is from 1 to 9 points according to the judges’ notes.

F. Victory, by the opinion of the judges, is awarded to the competitor, when the opponents have a tie in the points at the end of the match by taking in accordance the following criteria.

F.a. – the existence of warnings,

F.b. – the existence of a 3 technical points,

F.c. – the existence of a 2 technical points,

F.d. – the existence of a one technical point,

If again there is a tie, then a one minute extra round will take place. The Hellanodikis palaestras will give the command “AGON KLIMAKOS ARXASTHE” (extra round begin). If during the extra round there are no points or there is a tie again, then the above criteria with addition of the criteria bellow are used.

F.e. – the first to perform the effective attack.

G. Defeat of both pangratiasts is announced when both are disqualified from the competition or competitions in general for the serious violation of the Regulations (prohibited submission techniques and technical actions.

H. When both athletes are simultaneously expelled from the competition or from the competitions generally due to injury and neither of them has been found guilty of violating the Rules, the result of the match is determined by the points scored.

I. In the event of a pangratiast being excluded from a match, according to the doctor’s opinion immediately before the start of the match or due to a delay of more than 3 minutes (non-appearance), the victory is awarded to his opponent. In such cases, the pangratiast is disqualified from the competitions.


A. A pangratiast gets disqualified from the match by decision of the Hellanodikis palaestras, while his opponent wins victory,

A.a. Performing an immediate exclusion penalty

A.b. – if the pangratiast was unable to recover within 2 minutes of medical assistance,

Α.c. – when the pangratiast is punished with a fourth observation of violation of the Rules,

A.d. – a pangratiast is disqualified by the decision of the Hellanodikis palaestras if, in the opinion of the doctor, he cannot continue to fight because of illness or because of an injury suffered during the match.

B. A pagratiast gets ejected by the decision of the Hellanodikis palaestras due to:

Β.a. – a no show in the palaestra during the 3 minutes after the first call,

B.b. – a degrading and unethical behavior towards his opponent, participants, judges and spectators and refusal to shake the opponent’s hand,

B.c. – deceiving judges, providing false information and so on.

C. Ejection from the matches means that the pangratiast will not be ranked in the competition, his results are not counted for the determination of his athletic ranking and for the determination of the results of his team.


A. The technical actions of the pangratiast is scored by the Hellanodikes periphereias.

The technical actions that did not lead to a “clean” victory of one of the opponents can be scored with 1, 2 or 3 victory points.

B. A point is given for:

Β.a. – accurate concentrated strike with the hand to the head in the “Upright” position,

B.b. – accurate, concentrated strike with the hand to body at the “kato pangration” position with the alteration of the offensive pangratiast’s position after each strike,

B.c. – strike with the foot shin to the opponent’s thigh, both internally and externally,

B.d. – strike with the knee to the body in the “kato pangration” position,

B.e. – striking with the elbow to the body,

B.g. – throw from the “upright” position without raising the legs of the opponent from the palaestra while the opponent falls on his back, side, chest, abdomen, buttocks, waist or shoulder,

B.h. – second warning addressed to the opponent.

C. Two points are given for:

C.a. – accurate strike with the foot or the knee to the body in the “Upright” position,

C.b. – throwing the opponent with a lift from the palaestra, with a small range of lifting movement, the opponent falls on his back, chest, abdomen, buttocks, waist or shoulder,

C.c. – third warning addressed to the opponent.

D. Three points are given for:

D.a. – roundhouse strike with the foot to the head in the “Upright” position.

D.b. – throwing an opponent with a lift from the palaestra at shoulder height, the opponent falls on his back, chest, abdomen, buttocks, waist or shoulder

D.c. – knockdown.

9. KNOCK DOWN and KNOCK OUT positions 

A. KNOCK DOWN is a situation in which the pangratiast who is under attack, from strikes or various techniques, is in a situation of temporary loss of orientation (no resistance, lack of defense, abnormal behavior), this gives the right to the Hellanodikis palaestras to stop the match and then say the word “one” starting the counting.

It is counted when the pangratiast who received the attack after the start of the count and up to “eight” recovered, in the Hellanodiki’s palaestras opinion, and is ready to continue the match. Otherwise, the competition doctor is notified and the opponent is announced winner. The match will not continue until the Hellanodikis palaestras reaches the count at eight, even if the pangratiast is ready to continue the match before the end of the count.

B. KNOCK OUT is when the pangratiast has a complete loss of the ability to defend himself because of a strike performed and the pangratiast cannot fully recover at the end of the count to “10” and continue the match. If a pangratiast is in a knock out state, only the competition doctor and the Hellanodikis palaestras can stay on the palaestra until the doctor needs some extra help.

C. In the case of a KNOCK DOWN, the Hellanodikis palaestras will immediately begin the count. The count should start from the thumb, straightening the fingers one after the other at intervals of seconds, pronouncing the numbers. When the count reaches “five” and “ten”, the palm should be open and directed to the competitor. The hand, upon counting starts the movement from the shoulder to observe the interval of seconds. If a pangratiast falls, the count is done in the seated position so that the right knee is 10 centimeters away from palaestra. When a pangratiast who has been KNOCKED DOWN  rises, the Hellanodikis palaestras slowly stands up with him, continuing the count. From the pangratiast’s “fall” to the palaestra to the count “one” there must be a one second time difference. If the opponent of the pangratiast who is KNOCKED OUT  has not returned to his original position at the Hellanodikis palaestras command, the Hellanodikis palaestras must stop the count. After the opponent returns to his / her position, the count continues from the point where it was interrupted.

As the pangratiast is in the KNOCK DOWN state, the Hellanodikis palaestras will count strongly from one to ten with intervals of one second between the numbers, indicating by hand the end of each second so that the pangratiast who is in the KNOCK DOWN state can monitor the count.

D. During a match, up to two KNOCK DOWNS are allowed.

E. The KNOCK DOWNS mentioned do not take into account KNOCK DOWNS that appear from any wrong technical actions or violation of the Rules.

F. KNOCK OUT and KNOCK DOWN are the consequence of the application of the strikes and fight techniques, with the result that the pangratiast may suffer damage of the brain, or internal organs bruising, limbs, pain, and so on. Consequently, the assistant of the pangratiast must accompany him to the doctor, who must examine him, provide the necessary medical assistance and, together with the Head Hellanodikis of the competition, conclude on the possibility of further participation of the pangratiast in the races.

G. The competition physician must report the KNOCK OUT event to the pangratiast’s local athletic medical clinic and make a corresponding entry in his / her medical booklet.

H. When a pangratiast has been KNOCKED OUT, he cannot participate in competitions for at least 3 months. If the pangratiast has been KNOCKED OUT twice in six months, he is not allowed to participate in sompetitions for six months from the second KNOCK OUT. If the pangratiast has been KNOCKED OUT three times during the year, he is not allowed to participate in competitions for one year from the date of the third KNOCK OUT.

I. After completing the rehabilitation period after a KNOCK OUT, the pangratiast must obtain permission to participate in the competitions by the qualified physician at his medical sports clinic. If possible, a specific ECG examination and, if necessary, brain CT scan should be performed. The results of the examinations and permission to participate in the competitions must be recorded in the pangratiast’s medical record.

J. All the above being pointing out of the Regulation applies also to KNOCK OUTS suffered by the pangratiast during training. In this case, the pangratist’s coach is responsible for complying with the above. In any event, the pangratiasts may participate in specific training after at least three months that have elapsed since the date of the KNOCK OUT.


a. The Hellanodikis palaestras is the main official of the agon, the palaestra and the sidelines. His basic duty is to start and stop the agon, to ensure the safety of the pangratiasts by giving verbal remarks, penalties and points from penalties.

The Hellanodikis palaestras can interrupt the agon in the following cases: To make remarks or to assess penalties. In case of injury or illness. To impose a correction or change of outfits. After a signal from a Hellanodikis periphereias (who whistles or lifts his hand), if the Hellanodikis palaestras decides that this is appropriate.

When he judges that the safety of a pangratiast is at stake, especially during minor age categories, during a submission lock or choke even if it means the end of the agon. Remarks or penalties from the Hellanodikis palaestras must be enforced when: One or both pangratiasts are out of the palaestra. One or both pangratiasts exhibit  unsportsmanlike behavior or dangerous play (episfalis). In the case of inexcusable lack of engagement between the pangratiasts. When a representative from  a pangratiast’s team (coach, member of the same team, agent, fan, and so on) behaves improperly during an agon, by offending the spirit and value of the Pangration.

b. The Hellanodikis periphereias has the following duties and responsibilities: Total control and supervision of the palaestra and the surrounding area. To grant points and to determine the winner. To express his opinion freely to the Hellanodikis palaestras, when it is requested. He can ask for the interruption of the agon by lifting his hand or whistling, if he observes a violation of the lawsthat the Hellanodikis palaestras cannot see. This interruption should never be connected to judgments or decisions of the Hellanodikis palaestras. The typical stance of a Hellanodikis periphereias during the agon is to sit upright, with his legs set as wide as the legs of the chair he is sitting on and with his hands, which hold the flags, on or between his thighs. He should be able to move himself and his chair quickly if a pangratiast goes out of bounds nearby. All movements of the flags should last at most three seconds if there are no other points to be indicated.

c. Hellanodikis palaestras simeion controls the area of the palaestra and near vicinity. Writes the points given.

d. The General Hellanodikis palaestras has the following jurisdictions:To evaluate all Hellanodikes on the palaestra and secretariat.To carefully observe the match without any interruption.To coordinate the Hellanodikes perifereias and Hellanodikis palaestras simion if needed. To say his opinion after hearing the opinion of the other Hellonodikes. To stop the agon if he sees an apparent mistake during the agon. In this situation he asks for a meeting. To back up generally the final decision of the Hellanodikes in case of an instant protest (verbal objection).

e. The Hellanodikes outfit is as follows: Red colored Endyma, which consists of two parts. The tunic is called chiton where a white and blue meander pattern is around the collar and a distinguished symbol of the Hellanodikon Taxis at the side of the left arm. The trousers are called periskelis where a white and blue meander pattern is on the sides. White athletic shoes (fekasia). Generally they will wear their outfit with decency and without any jewelry except the wedding ring and their hair should be tied back to have a better view of proceedings. Only the Hellanodikis palaestras holds the Ravdos (stick), which is 50-60 cm long and is constructed from a flexible material, to indicate various penalties and to conduct the agon.

f. All Hellanodikes should: Before the beginning of the agon, know the sound of the bell that ends the agon, hold–control (sygratisis) and he should ensure that everything is in order at the Secretariat. To check the condition of the palaestra, the area around it and that the chairs of the Hellanodikis periphereias and coaches  (proponites) are in the right position. The Hellanodikis periphereias will ensure that the pangratiasts comply with therulesregarding their outfit, hygiene etc. They will also ensure that there are no unauthorized persons near the palaestra. To observe the pangratiast during the agon and during time outs for any misbehavior.

Whenever a scoreboard is used the Hellanodikes periphereias will not observe the results or time of the agon, this is only for the Hellanodikis Palaestras Simion and the administrator. In any case of difference with the correct score (on the paper form), a correction will be made with no announcement. To leave the area of the  palaestra  during a long break or presentation and to enter after being called from the Secretariat.


a. Any problem that occurs with a written protest that is registered before, during, or after the matches, no matter what competitive form it takes, is to be resolved only by the Committee of officials, when it presents itself.

b. An «instant protest» is also provided to the coach during every agon so he can protest with the usage of a green card that is given to him before each agon.

c. The usage of the card is only for one time during each agon. When the coach, in the standing position lifts up his card, the agon is interrupted in an appropriate time that the Hellanodikis palaestras decides. The pangratiast of the coach is then asked if he agrees with the initiation of the protest process. If the pangratiast does not agree then the agon continues. If he agrees then all the Hellanodikes of the ring are informed of the protest and decide for their further actions. In the case that the Hellanodikes decide (with the chairman of the Hellanodikes, his representative or the General Hellanodikis palaestrasif neededthat the protest is valid, actions will be taken to vindicate the protest and the card is returned to the coach for usage until the end of the agon. In case the decision is that the protest is not valid, then the agon continues having under consideration a possible penalty to the pangratiast if the decision is protested again from the coach or member of the team. The Hellanodikes decision is final and should be taken in a few minutes after the initiation of the protest procedure. Further protest for the particular incident can not be taken after the agon. This process is implemented to improve the circumstances and the general image of the competition, also to give a more righteous outcome of the score. Unsportsmanlike usage of this privilege from the coaches is forbidden.

d. In case there is a formal electronic coverage of the agon from the Federation then it will be used. The above procedure does not debunk the written protest which is usually initiated after the agon.


CADETS MALE (12-14) :   -34, -37, -41, -45, -50, -55, -60, -66, 66+

CADETS FEMALE (12-14):-32, -36, -40, -44, -48, -52, -57, -63, 63+

JUNIORS MALE  (15-17): -46, -50, -55, -60, -66, -73, -81, 81+

JUNIORS FEMALE  (15-17):-44, -48, -52, -57, -63, -70, 70+

MEN (18-20): -56, -62, -69, -77, -85, -95, 95+

 WOMEN(18-20):-48, -52, -57, -63, -70, -78, 78+

MEN (21+):-56, -62, -69, -77, -85, -95, -105, 105+

WOMEN (21+):-48, -52, -57, -63, -70, -78, 78+                  

13.  OATHS 





………………………………………………………………………………… COMPETITION


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Weight category ____ k.          Round _____

                                    LEFKOS                        KYANOUS

Participants’ Name                                       Participants’ Name

 …………………………                                ………………………………         …………………………                                  ……………………………

012                PENALTY  01                                            2 

WINNER                 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………

TYPE OF VICTORY*            ……………………………………………………………………………

Hellanodikis Perifereias    ……………………………………………………………………………

(name and sinature)

Victory by opinion of the hellanodikis Perifereias: In case of draw even after the extra round (Agon Klimakos) victory is considered taking in accordance the following criteria with priority (the existence of warnings) etc.:

– the existence of warnings,

– the existence of a 3 technical points,

– the existence of a 2 technical points,

– the existence of a one technical point.

– the first to perform the effective attack,


 For the preparation of this Regulation, the applicable International Regulations have been taken into account.