New EU languages and European translators

 

 

New EU languages: The new official languages of the European Union

 

 

 

New EU languages: The new official languages of the European Union

 

Nine new EU languages (official languages of the European Union)

Europe, European Union, official languages

 

After enlargement the EU will have around twenty official languages (EU languages).

 

New EU languages - The new official languages of the European Union:

The nine (9) new official languages are:

  • Czech 
  • Estonian 
  • Hungarian 
  • Lithuanian 
  • Latvian 
  • Maltese 
  • Polish 
  • Slovene 
  • Slovak 

 

EU languages - existing official languages of the European Union:

There are currently eleven (11) official languages (EU languages) of the European Union in number:

  • Danish 
  • Dutch 
  • English 
  • Finnish 
  • French 
  • German 
  • Greek 
  • Italian 
  • Portuguese 
  • Spanish 
  • Swedish 

 

Irish (Gaelic) is regarded as an official language where primary legislation is concerned.

 

New EU languages and European translators - new official languages

European translators and translation agencies for English Czech translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Estonian translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Hungarian translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Lithuanian translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Maltese translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Polish translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Slovene translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Slovak translations

 

EU languages and European translators - existing official languages

European translators and translation agencies for English Swedish translations

 

European translators and translation agencies for English Greek translations

 

European Union will be taking in a substantial number of new languages

"In 2004 the European Union is set to expand and, along with the new Member States, will be taking in a substantial number of new languages." (European Communities 1995-2003)

 

New EU languages will be treated in the same way as the existing official languages

"To make sure that the EU's new citizens can understand EU legislation and other business, the new languages will be treated in the same way as the existing official languages." (European Communities 1995-2003)

 

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