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Santa Claus and his reindeer-pulled sleigh, which is loaded with 60-thousand tons of gifts, have left from North Pole on December 24, the eve of Catholic Christmas, stated the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), who has assumed the important mission of tracking Santa’s flight. 

Canadian and American radars tracked Santa on Saturday at 2 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (11 a.m., in Armenia). At present, Santa is en route to New Zealand and Australia, and then he will head to Japan, Russia, Asia, Africa, Europe, Canada, and US.

You, too, can follow Santa’s flight on www.noradsanta.org. Also, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube will likewise provide regular updates on Santa’s path. In addition, NORAD Office can be contacted at +1 877 446 6723. The operators on duty will start answering the calls at 6 a.m. local time (3 p.m., in Armenia).

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