I think there is no need for special moderators. I don't fear that this part of the forum will go out of control. I hope that there are enoungh people here with the needed common sense (btw. the most uncommon sense!) to report strange behaviour to the moderator.
The most important thing is to see clear the meaning of the multilingual forum. The goal is not to have a separated or paralel forum. I see it more as a way for non-english writing people to get some support in their own language. A lot of people can understand (with less or more difficulties) some english, but they are not able to express them clearly.
This forum then permits them to explain problems or propositions in their native language. This will be easier to understand than the same explication in bad english. To understand what the poster wants to say is almost half of the answer.
Some simpler questions could then be resolved directly here, perhaps even a lot of them indicating the corresponding wiki-section. But if it's a interesting problem or proposal, or if we can't not solve the problem, those of us who speak more than one language should port the question to the english forum, and when there appears a solution, port it from there to here in the original language.