Currently both ISO 639-1 and ISO 639-1 provide a single code for

Like other recent queries brought to the attention of the
ISO 639 JAC list, there are again two languages involved: Komi-Zyrian
(which is usually just referred to as Komi) and Komi-Permyak.

Both have had official status (as "literary languages") within the
former Soviet Union, and may still both have such status within the
Russian Federation, under the new constitution.

Ethnologue has two entries.

KOMI-PERMYAK [KOI] lang, Russia, Europe
KOMI-ZYRIAN  [KPV] lang, Russia, Europe

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John Clews

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Committee Chair of  ISO/TC46/SC2: Conversion of Written Languages;
Committee Member of ISO/IEC/JTC1/SC22/WG20: Internationalization;
Committee Member of CEN/TC304: Information and Communications
 Technologies: European Localization Requirements
Committee Member of TS/1: Terminology (UK national member body of
 ISO/TC37: Terminology)
Committee Member of the Foundation for Endangered Languages;
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