Turkish is a language spoken by more than 50 million people worldwide. Turkish speakers are predominantly found in Turkey and Northern Cyprus, with smaller groups in Iraq, Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Albania. The Turkish people cluster encompasses people groups whose primary language is Turkish, along with peoples speaking Gaugauz or Balkan Gagauz.
Peoples within this cluster:
Cypriot, Turkish; Gagauz; Khorasani Turk; Meskhetian Turk; Turk; Yoruk (Anatolian Gagauzi)
Countries where they are found:
Australia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Belgium; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Canada; Cyprus; Denmark; Egypt; France; Germany; Greece; Iran; Iraq; Israel; Kazakhstan; Kosovo; Kyrgyzstan; Lebanon; Moldova; Netherlands; North Macedonia; Norway; Pakistan; Romania; Russia; Saudi Arabia; Sweden; Switzerland; Syria; Tajikistan; Turkey; Ukraine; United Kingdom; United States; Uzbekistan
Unreached people groups:
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