Our Azeri (Azerbajdjanian) translation team consists of
Azerbaijani belongs to the Turkish language family and is the official language in Azerbaijan. In total, more than 25 million people speak Azerbaijani, but only a small part, about 8 million people, live in Azerbaijan. The majority of Azerbaijani-speaking people outside Azerbaijan live in Iran. However, Azerbaijani minorities also exist in Russia, primarily in Dagestan, Turkey, Georgia and Armenia. The Azerbaijani language was originally Turkish but was increasingly influenced by Persian and Arabic. From the 16th to the early 20th century, Aseri served as the lingua franca in almost all of Transcaucasia, southern Dagestan, Turkish Armenia, Kurdistan, and Iranian Azerbaijan. The Russian conquest of the South Caucasus in the 19th century split Azerbaijani, which was spoken in the Soviet Union and Iran. By splitting into two different cultures and the influences of Russian in the north and Persian in the south, one can roughly speak of a northern and a South Azerbaijani variant, which differ relatively strongly from each other. In addition, there are several different dialects. After the independence of Azerbaijan, the Cyrillic script was abandoned, and the Latin script adopted, although Iran still uses Arabic script today.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Al Diwaniyah (IQ), Al Hillah (IQ), Baghdad (IQ), Baku (AZ), Basra (IQ), Mosul (IQ), Nasiriyah (IQ), Sumgait (AZ), Teymur (AZ),