Russian language belongs to the group of East Slavic languages. It is the eight most spoken language by native speakers.
Old Russian, which is considered the precursor of the Russian language, was the literary language of the old Russian state – the Kievan Rus' from the 10th to the 14th century. The oldest Russian epic poem “The Tale of Igor's Campaign” (Сло́во о похо́де И́гореве, И́горя, сы́на Святосла́вова, вну́ка Оле́гова) dates back to the 12th century and was written in Old Russian. The legal code called Pravda (Ру́сская Пра́вда), which is also written in Old Russian, dates back to this period as well. Old Slavic had a significant influence on the Russian language.
Due to dissolution of the Kievan Rus' under Mongol and Tartar attacks in the 13th century, Old Russian, which was a unique East Slavic language, started to branch into three modern East Slavic languages: Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian.
Russian is one of the six languages of the United Nations.
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