Latvian, also called as “Lettish”, is an Eastern Baltic language spoken in Baltic countries. It is the official language of Republic of Latvia which won back its independent status from former USSR in 1991, as well as one of the 24 official languages of EU.
Latvian and Lithuanian are only two living languages of the branch of Baltic Languages. However, compared to Lithuanian, Latvian has followed more rapid development that differentiate two related languages.
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