Non-working holidays in Serbia in 2020
The national holiday of the Republic of Serbia is Sretenje-National Day of Serbia, which commemorates the day when the first Serbian uprising was held in the Parliament of Orašac in 1804 and the day when the first constitution was promulgated and sworn in in Serbia. In 1835.
Sretnje-Serbia National Day is celebrated from February 15th to 17th.
National holidays in the Republic of Serbia are also:
New Year’s Day (January 1st and 2nd);
Labor Day (May 1 and 2); and
World War I Peace Day (November 11).
Celebrating religious holidays in the Republic of Serbia:
The first day of Christmas (January 7);
The Easter holiday starts on Good Friday and ends on the second day of Easter (April 17-20).
During the national holidays and religious holidays celebrated in the Republic of Serbia, activities or services carried out by the state and other institutions, companies and other forms of organization will not work unless the Victory Day is celebrated on a working day.
Countries and other institutions, companies and other forms of organizations that carry out activities or services are obliged to ensure the continuous execution of activities (ie services), even on the days of national holidays and religious holidays celebrated in the Republic of Serbia. The state causes harmful consequences.
Enterprises and other forms of organizations that carry out activities or provide services require continuous work in the nature of their activities (that is, the technology of the work process), and may also work during national holidays and religious holidays celebrated in the Republic of Serbia.
In addition, employees have the right not to work on the following religious holidays:
Orthodox Church-the first day of baptism glory;
Catholics and members of other Christian religious groups-according to their calendars, on the first day of Christmas and Easter holidays, starting on Good Friday and ending on the second day of Easter;
Members of the Islamic community-the first day of Ramadan and the first day of Kurban;
A member of the Jewish community-Jom Kippur’s first day.
Serbia’s public holidays in 2020
The Republic of Serbia celebrates:
Saint Sava Day-Devotional Day (January 27);
The day to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, genocide and other fascism in World War II (April 22);
Victory Day (May 9)
Vidovdan – Memorial Hall of the Battle of Kosovo (June 28);
Remembrance Day for Serbian Victims in World War II-Commemorates October 21, 1941 and the bloody autumn of 1941, when German occupying forces launched large-scale war crimes against civilians in Kragjevac and throughout Serbia.
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