The European Union welcomed its new members, Bulgaria and Romania, in 2007, bringing the total number of EU members to twenty-seven states and twenty-three official languages.
An EU directive is a legislative act of the EU that requires its member states to achieve a certain goal but does not dictate how the goal should be accomplished. EU directives are an important part of the legislation produced by the EU.
TJC Global has many translators that can help to translate EU directives and other documents from the Commission into and out of the official languages of the EU. Our translators can summarise long
documents as part of their translation, if translation of the full document is not required. Our translators have a wide range of backgrounds, and have experience in many diverse fields; from agriculture, media, culture, education and finance to food, public health, human rights and transport.
TJC Global also offers simultaneous and consecutive interpreting, for conferences, meetings and so forth. For more information about our interpreting services, please see the Government policy making-related interpreting page.
For more information about EU directives and their importance, please see our resourses page.
Please contact us for more information.