National League of Translators and Interpreters, Russia NLT

Name National League of Translators and Interpreters, Russia
Abbreviation NLT
Organization Type Association
Website http://russian-translators.ru/
Contact Name Nikolai Douplenski
Contact Title President of NLT (Russia)
Contact Phone available on request
Address Novinsky Boulevard 3, Building 2
City Moscow
Country Oroszországi Föderáció
Description The National League of Translators and Interpreters (Russia) is a not-profit professional association established in 2004 in Moscow by expert translators and interpreters. The NLT’s mandate is to coordinate and promote the efforts and resources of Russia’s most competent translators and interpreters, in order to provide their clients with the highest standards of professional services.
Admission Criteria Has admission criteria.

Training Does not offer training.

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