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CIS languages – what is it????

June 4, 2010

CIS languages, what is it, you might ask. CIS languages are the languages of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), former USSR countries. The organization was founded in 1991. Right now it includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.

The most widely spoken language in CIS countries is, of course, Russian. At the time of USSR it was a state language of all Soviet Republics. Today Russian is still widely used in the CIS countries. E.g. in the Eastern part of Ukraine 98% of the population speak Russian, though all the official documents are prepared in Ukrainian. Western part of Ukraine is solely Ukrainian speaking.

In the epoch of globalization it is quite easy to find an agency or a company offering translation services into CIS languages, i.e. translation from european and asian languages into Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakh, Armenian, Azerbaijan, Belorussian, Georgian, Kirghiz, Moldavian, Tajik, Turkmen, Uzbek. Among them is Freelance Translation Studio. This is one of the leading translation agencies with more than 200 highly professional Armenian translators, Azerbaijan translators, Belorussian translators, Kazakh translators, Kirghiz translators, Moldavian translators, Russian translators, Tajik translators, Turkmen translators, Ukrainian translators, Uzbek translators utilizing the cutting-edge technologies.

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