Source: Cabinet of Ministers of the Ukraine (Kiev)
The Cabinet of Ministers of the Ukraine has issued a communique re-confirming that, as announced last December in conjunction with the official list of 2013 non-working public holidays in the Ukraine, Saturday, May 18, 2013, would be a regular working day in the Ukraine.
The aforementioned announcement is in line with last December's (19-Dec-2012) resolution passed by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Ukraine, specifying the official list of 2013 non-working public holidays in the Ukraine, a list which included additional non-working public holidays in the Ukraine on Friday, May 3, and Friday, May 10, 2013.
As was done in the past (30-May-2012, 23-Apr-2012, 01-Mar-2012, 20-Jun-2011, 24-Feb-2011, 13-Aug-2010, 10-Dec-2008, 29-Nov-2007, and 23-Dec-2005), these additional one-off bridge public holidays are to be compensated by corresponding working Saturdays.
The list of May 2013 one-off non-working public holidays, and corresponding working Saturdays, such as May 18, was confirmed late last month (26-Apr-2013).
Note, however, that despite Saturday, May 18, 2013, being a regular working day in the Ukraine, no trading will take place on the First Ukrainian Trading System (PFTS) and Ukrainian Exchange (UX).
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