Guide signs in the Moscow metro are duplicated in Uzbek and Farsi

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Guide signs in the Moscow metro are duplicated in Uzbek and Farsi
Guide signs in the Moscow metro are duplicated in Uzbek and Farsi
14 September, 15:47Society
At the stations "Prokshino" and "Lesoparkovaya" of the Moscow metro, from which there are ground transport routes to the migration center "Sakharovo", city authorities duplicated guide signs in Farsi (the language of most of the peoples of Tajikistan) and Uzbek to make it easier for migrants to understand.

In the metro, RIA Novosti pointed out that their task is to make the metro understandable and comfortable for different passengers. For example, the electronic scheme of the metro is already being duplicated in nine languages.

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