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[libreoffice-l10n] Adding Central Kurdish (ckb) to Libre


Hey
Kurdish language is language which used by nearly by 40 million people
around the world, and they are written in two different scripts, Arabic
script and Latin script, Kurmanji (kmr) which is already available in libre
now is written in Latin, but Central Kurdish(ckb) written in Arabic script
with special characters and its RTL written in RTL direction.
Central Kurdish also known by Sorani Language, Used by Kurdish people in
Iraq and Iran, it is spoken by nearly 7 million people.
I hope we can add Central Kurdish to Libre as soon as possible.
ISO 639-2 code is = ckb
ISO 3166 = ckb_IQ
Name in English is Central Kurdish (Sorani)

Best Regards.

Jwtiyar Nariman
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