State and religious holidays in the Republic of Serbia
(placed on 5th December 2014) Srpski
Law on state and other holidays in the Republic of Serbia
(„Official gazette of RS“, no. 43/01, 101/07 and 92/11)
1) Public (state) holidaysNon-working holidays
|– New Year||1st and 2nd January|
|– Serbian statehood day – Sretenje||15th and 16th February|
|– Labour day||1st and 2nd May|
|– Armistice day in Fisrt World War||11th November|
If one of the dates when holidays celebrate falls on Sunday, non-working is next working day.
|– Victory day||9th May|
2) Religious holidaysNon-working holidays (non-working for all employees):
|– First day of Christmas||7th January|
|– Easter holidays||from Good Friday until the second day of Easter|
|– Orthodox – on the first day of the patron saint,– Catholics and members of other Christian religious communities – on the first day of Christmas and during Easter holidays according to their calendar,– Members of Islamic community – on the first day od Ramadan and Kurban bayram,– Members of Jewish community – on the first day of Yom Kippur|
|– Saint Sava – Day of remembrance of the victims of the holocaust, genocide and other victims of fascism in Second World War – Vidovdan – commemorate to the Battle of Kosovo – Day of remambrance of the Serbian victims in Second World War||27th January 22th April 28th June 21st October|
Author: AKTIVA sistem doo, Novi Sad
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