Three days-off approved for Naadam celebrations


Mongolians will be able to enjoy three days off during Naadam, from July 13 and 15, according to a report from official state sources on Tuesday.
The public was widely speculating that five days would be dedicated for the holiday, and was confused about whether the first two days of Naadam – which is taking place on a weekend – will be considered days off or not.
The cabinet meeting on Monday was supposed to review the duration of the days off, but left it out of their discussions. However, government sources said that July 16 and 17 will be regular business days.
Official sources explained that July 16 and 17 have remained business days as the work schedules of public services were finalized a while ago and can’t be changed now, as the holiday is soon approaching.

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