Skopje, October 28 — On the night between Saturday and Sunday, winter time begins in Macedonia, and the clocks are moved back one hour.
This shift takes place at 3 AM, reverting the time to 2 AM.
Winter time starts on the last weekend of October and lasts until the last weekend of March the following year, when summer time begins.
Despite a proposal from the European Commission four years ago to abolish the seasonal change of clocks, no agreement has been reached yet. The European Parliament supported the proposal in 2019, but it still requires adoption by the member states.