Added 30/6/20. Will be updated if pertinent developments apply.
According to Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Finland), the two main official languages of Finland are Finnish and Swedish. There are also several official minority languages: three variants of Sami, Romani, Finnish Sign Language and Karelian.
This means that, as of 30/6/20 the CORE-OM (Finnish CORE-OM) and official short forms and the YP-CORE (Finnish YP-CORE) are available in official translations into Finnish and the CORE-OM and official short forms in Swedish. Sami is work in progress, probably more accurately, stalled. I don’t see the other languages being done to our translation protocol.