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Russian is the main language of Russia, as well as an official language of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. It is commonly used in all 15 of the post-Soviet states. Russian is spoken by more than 258 million people worldwide.

Russian is closely related to the rest of the Slavic languages, especially Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Rusyn. The written Russian alphabet uses Cyrillic characters.

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About Russian in Russian Video_camera_icon_svg

Russian Accelerator - Learn The Russian Alphabet Video_camera_icon_svg

Comprehensible Russian with Max

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In Russian From Afar Video_camera_icon_svg

Inhale Russian

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Russian from Russia Video_camera_icon_svg

Russian Through Reading by Kenneth Brooke Book_(21025)_-_The_Noun_Project

Russian With Max Video_camera_icon_svg

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Vikidia Book_(21025)_-_The_Noun_Project

Russian Progress Video_camera_icon_svg

Easy Russian Video_camera_icon_svg

Easy Russian Podcast

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