Interpreter for Serbian

Serbia is located in the center of the Balkan island and is landlocked in Southeast and Central Europe. The Serbian language belongs to the group of South Slavic languages. Besides Bosnian and Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, and Slovenian are also included. Therefore, Serbian has similarities with Croatian and Bosnian. Interpreters for the Serbian language serve approx. nine million native speakers, of whom about six million live in Serbia. Serbian is also spoken as an official language in Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Serbische Flagge vor einem serbischen Regierungsgebäude.
Kleines Dorf in den Bergen.

Kroll Languages: Extensive range of services

The portfolio of Kroll Languages includes various services in the field of interpreting. There are the classic face-to-face formats, such as business meetings or conferences, and the new variants of distance interpreting, such as the implementation of videoconferences based on leading platforms such as Zoom, Teams, or Webex. Our core languages in all these formats include English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. In addition, we have built up an extensive network of interpreters for Serbian, Croatian, Mandarin, and many other languages and language combinations. Please profit from our various service packages, or contact us for individual advice.

Serbian interpreter for your translation

When translating documents or texts, Serbian translators face the challenge that two alphabets are predominant in Serbia. While the Cyrillic alphabet became the official written language in 2006, the Latin alphabet is also frequently found in everyday life. At Kroll Languages, we work with professional native-speaking translators to provide you with a high standard of translation. Furthermore, we offer you the option of a certified translation, for example, of your marriage certificate, certificates, or diplomas.

Ausschnitt einer Straßenbahn. Dahinter ein Gebäude.