Our Russian translation team consists of
Russian belongs to the family of Indo-European languages and is one of three living members of the East Slavic languages. It is the most geographically widespread language of Eurasia, the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages, and the largest native language in Europe. Different estimates rank it as either seventh or eighth in terms of the number of speakers, which number an estimated 278 million. The history of the Russian language dates back to the sixth century AD, and is rooted in a language known as Old Church Slavonic. Russian originated from the Western branch of the Slavonic Language in what was a slow, gradual process. Today, Russian is widely used in and outside of Russia. The Russian language has become a stronghold in many spheres, including science (over a quarter of the world's scientific literature is produced in Russian), world communications systems (broadcasts, air-and space communication, etc.), and world politics (hence, Russian is one of the six official languages of the United Nations). Much of its high status today owes to the previous status of the Soviet Union as a superpower. As the lingua franca of the USSR and of the CIS, Russian had and continues to have great importance. Indeed, Russian is still used as the language of business and politics in the region, and it is an official language of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and at regional level in Moldova, Georgia, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Aktau (KZ), Aktobe (KZ), Almaty (KZ), Ashgabat (TM), Astana (KZ), Bishkek (KG), Borisov (BY), Brest (BY), Chisinau (MD), Chita (RU), Columbus (GE), Gomel (BY), Grodno (BY), Irkutsk (RU), Karagandy (KZ), Kazan (RU), Kostanay (KZ), Minsk (BY), Mogilev (BY), Moscow (RU), Mozyr (BY), Omsk (RU), Rustavi (GE), Saint Petersburg (RU), Samara (RU), Smolensk (RU), Taldykorgan (KZ), Tbilisi (GE), Temirtau (KZ), Vitebsk (BY), Vladivostok (RU), Yekaterinburg (RU),