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Latvian vote could make Russian an EU official language - Monsters and Critics

Brussels - The European Union could start speaking in Russian, if a referendum in Latvia on Saturday succeeds in making it the second official language of the country, the European Commission acknowledged on the eve of the vote.

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Ukraine Raises Status of Russian Language

Ukraine Raises Status of Russian Language | Ruski Language | Scoop.it
Ukraine's parliament approved a controversial bill that allows the use of the Russian language in official settings in the country's Russian-speaking regions, defying vehement opposition.

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Online Russian Translation Resources | Russian Language Blog

Online Russian Translation Resources | Russian Language Blog | Ruski Language | Scoop.it
5 powerful and free online resources for translating from and into Russian.

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Bulgaria: Russian Could Become Official EU Language because of Latvia - Novinite.com - Sofia News Agency

Bulgaria: Russian Could Become Official EU Language because of Latvia - Novinite.com - Sofia News Agency | Ruski Language | Scoop.it

Latvia is set to vote in a referendum on Saturday on whether to adopt Russian as a second official language in the country, which could also mean a potential official EU status for Russian.

Saturday's referendum in Latvia is deemed likely to reject the change, but the vote nevertheless reveals a deep divide among Latvia's population, DPA reported Friday.

During the Cold War era, the idea of Russian being an official language in a EU country would have sounded like science fiction - but the idea is no longer far-fetched, the German press agency says in an overview.

Around a third of Latvia's 2.3 million residents - and nearly every second inhabitant in the capital Riga - are of Russian origin.


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Russian language teaching blossoms in India

Russian language teaching blossoms in India | Ruski Language | Scoop.it
Russian studies in India promises to enter a new trajectory, with active promotion and support from institutions affiliated with the Russian government.

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