RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS

Looking for a Russian translator? We've been in the Russian translation business since 2002 and would love to help!

Whether you have a document you need translating or need a Russian interpreter in Edinburgh, we are happy to arrange it for you. Our Russian interpreting service can be provided on site or remotely via Zoom, WhatsApp and other online platforms.

Wondering how much it will cost you and how quickly you can get the translation back? Read our answers to your top 10 frequently asked questions here.

CERTIFIED TRANSLATION SERVICE

Sometimes in addition to standard translation a certified copy is required. That is no problem; we certify our translations that can then be submitted to any organisation in the UK or abroad. For Russia, the original to be translated often needs to have an apostille attached to it. You can obtain an apostille yourself without any middleman, and we can then translate the original document and the apostille into Russian.

WHY USE TALK RUSSIAN?

  • We are an award-winning company that specialises in Russian only and have been providing our services to clients from the UK, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, USA and EU for nearly two decades.

  • We offer a fast and efficient service: we work as an in-house team which also allows us to adhere to strict confidentiality principles. 

  • Our customers probably say it better than anyone else. Check out our testimonials, Google and Facebook reviews.

TYPICAL CONTENT WE TRANSLATE

  • Business proposals, presentations, brochures

  • Court documents, certificates, tax returns

  • Video and audio recordings, genealogy records

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EDINBURGH AND RUSSIAN CONNECTION

Edinburgh has some connections with Russia:

The Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Edinburgh is located at 58 Melville Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7HF.

Edinburgh has a Russian Orthodox Church. The Orthodox Parish of St.Teneu holds worships at Greenside Parish Church, 1B Royal Terrace, EH7 5 AB.

Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov (1814 – 1841), a famous Russian writer and poet, was a descendant from George Learmonth, a Scottish soldier in the Russian service which he joined in 1613. The same year marks the start of the reign of the Romanov dynasty in imperial Russia.