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Resolution of September 16, 2021 No. 1564

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Resolution of September 16, 2021 No. 1564

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree to postpone the weekend in 2022.

In the new year, January 1 and 2 fall on Saturday and Sunday. Since these are non-working holidays, it was decided to postpone them to Tuesday, May 3, and Tuesday, May 10, respectively.

In addition, the non-working Saturday, March 5, has been moved to Monday, March 7, so that citizens have three days in a row: from March 6 to March 8 (Sunday to Tuesday).

In total, in 2022, Russians will have six holiday periods: from January 1 to 9 (9 days), from March 6 to 8 (3 days – from Sunday to Tuesday), from April 30 to May 3 (4 days – from Saturday to Tuesday ), from 7 to 10 May (4 days – from Saturday to Tuesday), from 11 to 13 June (3 days – from Saturday to Monday), from 4 to 6 November (3 days – from Friday to Sunday).

Recall that December 31 in 2021 will be a day off due to the postponement of a non-working holiday – January 3, 2021.

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