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Russians have a four-day work week

Russians have a four-day work week
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In Rostrud, they reminded citizens of the four-day work week that had begun. The day off falls on Wednesday, June 24 on the day of the Victory Day parade.

Usually, the day off is preceded by a shorter working day, but this rule will not work this week. June 23 will have to work the full schedule.

The Victory Parade was not held on May 9 due to the spread of the coronavirus. By order of Russian President Vladimir Putin, its holding was postponed until June 24. It was on this day in 1945 that a parade was held on Red Square.

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