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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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The Russians were told about the weekend in 2020

The Russians were told about the weekend in 2020
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The Ministry of Labor announced all the extra days off in 2020. In connection with the holidays, eight working weeks are subject to reduction. They fall in January, February, March, April, May June and November.

According to RIA News, In January, the first working week will last only two days. Then in February, due to the fact that Defender of the Fatherland Day falls on Sunday, the last week of the month will be four days.

International Women's Day will also reduce the work week by one day. Then comes the May holidays. The first week of the month will last three days from the sixth to the eighth day. And the next five days will be shortened due to Victory Day.

Russia Day will reduce workdays in June, and National Unity Day in November. Workers will be considered days from 2 to 3 and from 5 to 6 November.

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