@Sergiy Chris, in the line where the ampersand is present, should it be left in the translation?
Which option is correct?
The ampersand is optional in the translation. It is used as a keyboard shortcut. ie: &Abort, this will make the "A" appear with an underline. This is so you can press the shortcut key (Alt+A) to activate the command or just pressing "A" if the menu or caption is in focus, such as a Button on a dialog.
Always keep the ampersand if it appears in the left side of the equals sign.
If you're not sure about what underlined shortcuts are, see here on the Microsoft site for further information: