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Russian Holidays Schedule 2021
October 17, 2020 16:40

The government has approved a schedule of non-working days for next year, declaring December 31 as a day off. In total, Russians will have 29 non-working days.

The government has approved a schedule of non-working holidays for 2021. The corresponding decree was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. According to the schedule, December 31, 2021 will be a day off in Russia. The government also moved the day off from Saturday, January 2, to Friday, November 5. Another non-working Saturday, February 20, was moved to Monday, February 22.

According to the schedule, Russians will have seven holiday periods and 29 non-working days in total: 

January 1 - 10 (10 days - from Friday to Sunday); 
February 21- 23 (3 days - from Sunday to Tuesday); 
March 6 – 8 (3 days - from Saturday to Monday); 
May 1 - 3 (3 days - from Saturday to Monday); 
May 8 - 10 (3 days - from Saturday to Monday); 
June 12 - 14 (3 days - Saturday to Monday); 
November 4-7 (4 days - Thursday to Sunday).

In 2020, there were 26 non-working holidays on the government's calendar. In addition, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a   non-working period from March 28 to May 12 due to the spread of coronavirus in Russia.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian holidays     

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