Does Russia use 24 hour clock?

Like most of Europe, Russia uses the 24-hour system for all kinds of official messages: train schedules, TV programs, working hours, and so on. So, instead of 3 p.m., you’ll hear pyatnadtsdat’ chasov (peet-naht-tsuht’ chuh-sohf) (15 o’clock [literally: 15 hours]).

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