UTC and GMT
The worldwide standard for coordinated universal time, formerly known as GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), is now abbreviated as UTC (Coordinated Universal Time).
Some sources still refer to it as UTC/GMT and some web browsers, e.g. Mozilla Firefox, still display it as GMT.
The UTC Time (shown directly below) is the standard time zone upon which all other worldwide time zones are based. It never observes daylight saving time.
UTC at Greenwich, England
- For details on worldwide time zones, please refer to thispage.
+ 2 hours from UTC
Ekaterinburg, Perm, et al (DST)
Abakan, Noril'sk, Tura, et al (DST)
Chita, Mirnyy, Tiksi, et al (DST)
Palana, Uelen, et al (DST)
Moscow, St. Petersburg, et al(DST)
Omsk, Tomsk, et al (DST)
Irkutsk, Ulan Ude, et al (DST)
Vladivostok, et al (DST)
Across Russia's nine time zones Standard Time is now in effect. Daylight Saving Time will return once again in the spring.
When Daylight Saving Time is in effect across Russian time zones, time bars are marked with a(DST)