Translators Association Europe: ETTL

If you're searching for a translation service in Estonia contact ETTL

Tallinn's translators association is ETTLThe Estonian Association of Interpreters and Translators (Estonian is abbreviated to ETTL) was founded in June of 1992 and is a non-governmental organization uniting professional interpreters and translators in Estonia.

This translators association that also looks after interpreter’s interests is focused on promoting interpretation and translation activities in Estonia, a small country, with just 45 000 square kilometers, member of the European Union since 2004 and whose capital is Tallinn.

ETTL aims to further professional competence and co-operation both in Estonia and outside and stands up for the professional interests of its members.

This translators association, located in the building of the Estonian National Library, provides, for example, top-up training for conference interpreters and translators, professionals that can provide interpretation and translation services in 23 working languages.

Those languages are Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish, German, Swedish, French, Danish, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Georgian, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian and Czech.

Do you need to have a document translated in of from one of these languages? Contact ETTL through the email address

Their services

ETTL’s members gather once a year at least and elect the association board for periods or two years.

If you are trying to find conference interpreters, ask the Estonian Association of Interpreters and Translators for help. This association will also help you find translators to translate texts both into and from Estonian.

In case you require a language combination that is not available in Estonia, ETTL can find interpreters and translators from other countries.
The association also provides the necessary conference interpretation equipment for events held in the Estonian National Library.

Word processing and scanning of texts in foreign languages, search in multilingual data banks and terminology dictionaries on the Internet and preparation for and running of events with interpretation services complete ETTL’s range of services.

Keep in mind that Estonian is the official language of Estonia, a country with 1,4 million inhabitants.

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