Every year on 7 January the Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas, which is one of the Twelve Great Feasts.
The Christmas Eve is on 6 January, and in the night of 7 January the Divine Liturgy takes place. The next 12 days after Christmas are known as Christmastide. In many of the CIS countries the Orthodox Christmas is a public holiday.
- 15 october 2018 IPA CIS delegation participates in the 139th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union
- 12 october 2018 The regular meeting of the CIS Advisory Board on Cultural Cooperation took place in the IPA CIS HQ
- 11 october 2018 Issues of improving state support for the protection of human rights and freedoms discussed in Baku