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The official languages of Kazakhstan are Kazakh and Russian. German, Tajiki, Tatar, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uyghur, and Uzbek are officially recognized by the 1997 Language Law, No. 151-1. Other languages natively spoken in Kazakhstan are Dungan, Ili Turki, Ingush, Plautdietsch, and Sinte Romani.
A number of more recent immigrant languages, such as Belarusian, Korean, Azeri, and Greek are also spoken.