Veritas is an award winning, globally renowned provider of professional Belarusian translation and interpreting services, carried out by fully qualified and registered Belarusian translators and interpreters.
Our native Belarusian linguists work across many different sectors and industries including: business, public sector, financial, legal, multimedia, sports, technical, and many other spheres too.
Sourcing a Belarusian translation
Sourcing a professional translation company to handle your Belarusian translation project is not a simple task. That is why we suggest you take your time to ensure that you are 100% confident in your choice, and that you are completely happy with who will be responsible for your job.
At Veritas, we feel that trust is a major element in any Belarusian translation service. We ensure that you trust us, just as we trust our expert Belarusian translators to produce an excellent translation for our customers.
We only work with in-country Belarusian translators. All of them have at least five years of professional experience and are experts in the specific field you require. Contact us today for a free, no obligation Belarusian translation quotation or a Belarusian interpreting quotation.
Population 9.5 million people
Language family East Slavic group of the Indo-European family
Related languages Russian, Ukrainian
Number of global speakers Approximately 10 million worldwide
Belarusian translation – our guarantees
- We will match any equivalent, like-for-like Belarusian quote
- We only use expert Belarusian translators with at least five years’ experience
- Our Belarusian translators only translate into their native language and they live in the country of that language
- Our Belarusian translation services are fast, efficient and reliable
Belarusian translation – a language overview
Belarusian belongs to the East Slavic branch of the Indo European family, making it very similar to both Russian and Ukrainian as they share many grammatical and lexical features. So much so, that most Belarusians are bilingual in Belarusian and Russian. An official language in Poland as well as Belarus, it is also classed as a minority language in Ukraine.
The language uses both the Cyrillic and Latin writing systems. However, since gaining independence in 1991, efforts efforts have been made to revive Belarusian writing in the Latin alphabet. One major problem is that nobody can agree on a spelling system.