A minor correction concerning the non-Indo-European languages of Europe:
the Fenno_Ugric family includes Hungarian, Finnish, Estonian, the Lapp
language(s) nowadays often called Sa/mi, and a number of other languages
spoken in Russia (where some of the F-U peoples have their autonomous
republics). Hungary, Finland and Estonia are the only independent states
where the majority language is a F-Ugric one.
Ma/ ta/ spe/is agaibh.