Crimean Tatar
qırımtatar tili, къырымтатар тили
qırım tili, къырым тили
Native toUkraine, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Romania, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus
RegionEastern Europe
EthnicityCrimean Tatars
Native speakers
540,000 (2006–2011)[1]
Cyrillic and Latin; previously Arabic (Crimean Tatar alphabet)
Official status
Official language in
 Republic of Crimea[2] (Russia)
 Autonomous Republic of Crimea[2] (Ukraine)
Recognised minority
language in
Language codes
ISO 639-2crh
ISO 639-3crh
ELPCrimean Tatar
Crymean Tatar lang.png
Crimean Tatar-speaking world
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