Our Azeri (Azerbajdjanian) translation team consists of
The Azeri language (aka Azerbaijani, Azari, Azeri Turkish, Azerbaijani Turkish) is the official language of Azerbaijan. It is also spoken in Iran and in some other countries inhabited by Azeri minorities in southwestern Asia. It belongs to the Turkic language family. The Azeri language is similar to Turkish and was influenced by Persian and Arabic. From the 16th to the early 20th century, Azeri served as a lingua franca throughout most of Transcaucasia, in Southern Dagestan, Turkish Armenia, Kurdistan and Iranian Azerbaijan. Russia’s 19th century conquest of the South Caucasus split Azeri speakers in the Soviet Union and Iran, where the former promoted the language’s development but changed the script from Perso-Arabic to Latin and then to the Cyrillic script. In Iran, though, the Persian alphabet is still used. Azeri is spoken by roughly 30 million people around the globe. It is divided into the North and South varieties and a large number of dialects. In spite of their number, Azeri dialects are rather similar and speakers of various dialects can generally understand each other. Despite the wide use of Azeri in Azerbaijan, it only became its official language in 1978. After gaining independence, the Republic of Azerbaijan abandoned the Cyrillic script and re-adopted the Latin script, while South Azeri Turks use the Arabic script to date.
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),