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Weekend calendar for 2022 approved by the government

Weekend calendar for 2022 approved by the government
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The Russian government has approved a production calendar for 2022. New Year's holidays will last for the usual 10 days.

According to pthe ress service of the cabinet of ministers in its Telegram channel, ten-day New Year holidays will be taking into account the weekend of December 31, 2021. The first business day of 2022 will be Monday, January 10th. The 1st and 2nd January coinciding with non-working holidays are carried over to the 3rd and 10th May, respectively.

May holidays will begin on Saturday 30 April and will last until Tuesday, May 3 inclusive, the next free period from May 7 to 10. In addition, in the spring, the non-working Saturday of March 5 will be postponed to Monday March 7. Thus, in March, the Russians will rest from the 6th to the 8th.

Two more three-day weekend gaps fall between June 11-13 and November 4-6.

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