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"The Verkhovna Rada decrees to fix the time of the second time zone by adding one hour on the territory of Ukraine from March 27, 2011," reads the draft bill, which was authored by Oleh Nadosha from the Regions Party.

The document also notes that previous draft bills have lost their validity, in particular, on the introduction of the daylight saving time from 1992 and the draft bill on the changing timekeeping on the territory of the Soviet Union from 1990.

Traditionally the switch to summer time occurs on the last Sunday of March, and the change to winter time occurs on the last Sunday of October.

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