A very simple solution is to use AutoHotkey application (link), along with a simple script that redirects
the keys so that Ctrl+C, for example, is still at the same place where it is on a QWERTY keyboard.
Below is an example of a script that does this:
^q::^xIf using the keys that are overwritten this way, you can also remap those to their Qwerty locations, too. The contents of the script are to be saved in a simple text file with .ahk extension and run by the AutoHotkey application. The good thing is that there is a portable version so no installation is required.