Viktor Vorobyov, a deputy to the State Council of the Komi Republic and a representative of the Communist Party, submitted a draft law to the State Council's Legislative Committee to allow the use of the Komi language in parliament.
The Komi-Permyak Literary Language Day is celebrated on February 17 by decree of the Governor of Perm Krai since 2010. As has become customary, a number of events and activities are organised on the occasion to promote the Komi-Permyak language.
Yury Lisovski cherisches the Komi cultural heritage through his art.
The Komi Bible has been produced and published in Komi-Zyrian in cooperation with the Finns and with the support of Finnish church circles.
The Bureau for Official Language Translation of the Komi Republic is developing and expanding its activities, the head of the Office, Lyubov Matveyeva, informed.
As reported by The Barents Observer, member of the Komi State Council from the Communist Party, Ekaterina Dyachkova, wanted to ask Senator Elena Shumilova whether she cares about preserving the Komi language and whether she continues to use it. The microphone was not turned on for her when she spoke and the speaker of the house, Sergei Usachev, made an offensive comment.
On 22 August, the 102nd anniversary of the Komi Republic was celebrated. The day is a regional holiday.
In the first half of 2023, Komi Republic will have the highest fertility rate compared to other regions of North-West Russia.
The Komi Language and Writing Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of May in the Republic of Komi.
Moscow is currently promoting the division of the Mari language into two – the Lugo Mari and the Gorno Mari — to reduce the number …