Cleveland's Reply #2, is, of course, correct. In the future, I recommend checking the "Kanonion" which is in the "On-Line Chapel" part of the "goarch" web site. It is issued by the Patriarchate, which is infallible, I mean, always right.
My priest and I post the Kanonion in our sacristy for reference. I suggest, if anyone chants with you during Orthros, in your priest's presence, ask the bishop to confirm the reading, which Cleveland advises of above. Or, ask your priest before the Orthros starts, to ask the bishop during Orthros, just to confirm the opinion. Typically, bishops appreciate that type of deference to them, as celebrant.
And, yes, Veniamin, Reply#3, to my knowledge, the Slavic tradition does read two epistles. The Liturgical Assistant in my Greek Orthodox Archdiocese parish, is a priest on-loan to us from the Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese, and he has advised me that his jurisdiction would read two epistle readings on a day such as this.