A committee member provided the following comment:
There is no form of English that is written in Cyrillic. --MF-W 00:26, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
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2. Their is no history of English immigrants settling within the Russian or Soviet occupied regions. Hence there never existed an English minority group within the Russosphere. If Alaska had remained part of Russia till today and English gold/oil miners settled into Alaskan territory, then it would be a different story.
3. All English/American expats in Russia today still read and write in the latin alphabet. The Russian government does not compel them to write English in cyrillic, do they?
I assume you can make a font that transliterate English from Latin alphabet into Cyrillic to achieve what you want to achieve? Or if Cyrillic English is actually desirable then there are language converter.C933103 (talk) 23:32, 11 November 2017 (UTC)