Since we added the Worldwide section in March, GOV.UK has supported translation for world locations, world organisations, world location news articles, worldwide priorities, as well as publications and news stories. You can toggle to the translated version of content by selecting the name of the foreign language at the top right of the page.
We've now also made it possible to translate policies (like the policy on Afghanistan), people (like David Jones MP), roles (like the Secretary of State for Wales) or contacts (like details for getting in touch with the British Embassy Madrid). We hope that FCO and Wales Office will take advantage of this feature and add translations of content where it meets a user need.
Our analytics show that many translated pages are frequently used. The Chinese version of our Chinese location page is the most popular of all the translated worldwide locations, receiving 18,000 pageviews last month. In fact, it's the 5th most popular worldwide location page even when you include the English versions. It is closely followed by the Russian version of the Russia location page, then the Japanese and German versions of their world locations.