| The following New Union page is under construction.
Please do not edit or alter this article in any way while this template is active. All unauthorized edits may be reverted on the admin's discretion. Propose any changes to the talk page.
Time in the Soviet Union is divided between ten time zones, which spans from UTC+02:00 to UTC+11:00. Each time zone is named after the largest city within the zone. Prior to 1990, all time zones of the USSR were one hour ahead from today (effectively being on permanent daylight saving time). Since 1981, the USSR has observed daylight saving time, setting their clocks in cooperation with the remainder of Europe.