Our Uzbek translation team consists of
The Uzbek language is a Turkic language and belongs to the Altaic language family. It is official language in Uzbekistan. In addition, there are minorities in Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. In total, about 25 million people speak Uzbek as mother tongue or second language. It is most closely related to the Uighur in China, less closely related to other Turkic languages. Many Arabic and Persian words have found their way into Uzbek, and the Uzbek vocabulary has been heavily influenced by neighbouring Persian languages and dialects, such as Farsi, Tajik and Dari. In addition, there was a strong influence of Russian in Uzbek, a result of Tsarist and Soviet times. Nowadays it is written in Cyrillic script.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Aktau (KZ), Aktobe (KZ), Almaty (KZ), Angren (UZ), Ashgabat (TM), Astana (KZ), Bishkek (KG), Dushanbe (TJ), Ghazni (AF), Jizzax (UZ), Kabul (AF), Karagandy (KZ), Kostanay (KZ), Margilan (UZ), Samarqand (UZ), Taldykorgan (KZ), Tashkent (UZ), Temirtau (KZ),