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According to Wikipedia (, 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.

The CORE-OM (Finnish CORE-OM) and official short forms and the YP-CORE (Finnish YP-CORE) are available in official translations into Finnish done to our translation protocol. The CORE-OM and official short forms are also available in Swedish but sadly the YP-CORE is not. If you could help get that done to our protocol do please contact me. Sami is work in progress, probably more accurately, stalled. I don’t see the other languages being done to our translation protocol.

Page created 30/6/20, last updated 15/2/22, author CE, licence: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).

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