Our Albanian translation team consists of
Albanian is a unique Indo-European language spoken by 6-10 million people, primarily in Albania and Kosovo, where it is the official language, as well as in other areas of the Balkans, including western Macedonia, Montenegro, and southern Serbia. Albanian is also spoken by native communities in Greece, along the eastern coast of southern Italy, and on the island of Sicily. As many as 3 million Albanian speakers can be found in the Balkans, Netherlands, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Turkey, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA. In 1854, philologist Franz Bopp demonstrated that Albanian is an Indo-European language, though it constitutes its own branch of the Indo-European language family. At the same time, Albanian is often compared to both Balto-Slavic and Germanic, while other linguists link Albanian with Greek and Armenian, instead placing Germanic and Balto-Slavic in another branch of Indo-European.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
(ME), (RS), Bitola (MK), Elbasan (AL), Korce (AL), Kumanovo (MK), Lushnje (AL), Negotino (MK), Ohrid (MK), Peja (AL), Prilep (MK), Skopje (MK), Stip (MK), Stuga (MK), Tirana (AL), Vinica (MK), Vlora (AL),