These days are non-working due to the upcoming holidays

Three non-working days each for Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christmas, January 1 and 2 non-working for the New Year

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Non-working days for believers of the Roman Catholic faith, in order to celebrate Christmas Day and Christmas, will be Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, announced the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare.

It is stated that, based on the Law on the Celebration of Religious Holidays, believers of the Roman Catholic religion have the right to paid leave.

Based on the Law on State and Other Holidays, the New Year is celebrated on two days, on January 1 and 2.

The Ministry stated that, based on the Law on the Celebration of Religious Holidays, believers of the Orthodox faith have the right to paid leave for the celebration of Christmas Day and Christmas, on January 6, 7 and 8.

"State bodies, local self-government bodies, public institutions, public companies and other subjects that perform activities of public interest are obliged to ensure the performance of work on holidays, the interruption of which could have harmful consequences for citizens or the state," says the announcement.

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