Flag of Comoros
Four equal horizontal stripes (yellow, white, red, blue) with a green isosceles triangle on the flagpole; in the triangle there is a white crescent moon with its convex side facing the flagpole and four white five-pointed stars forming a vertical line.
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The flag of Comoros consists of four evenly distributed horizontal stripes in the colors green, white, red and yellow. It was adopted as the official symbol of the country on January 22, 2002. The flag symbolizes the unity of the Comoros and their desire for peace and prosperity.
The Comorian flag was introduced on January 6, 1975, when the islands became the Republic of Comoros. The flag is a horizontal tricolor flag in green, white and red. The green symbolizes Islam, the white represents the unity of the islands and the red represents the blood sacrifices given to achieve independence.
The national flag of Comoros consists of four stripes of equal height in the colors green, red, yellow and white. The upper and lower stripes are green, the middle stripe is red and the third stripe is yellow. In the center of the flag there is a white crescent and a white star. The flag symbolizes the unity of the four islands of the country. It also represents the hope for a better future for Comoros. The white crescent and the white star remind us of the Muslim culture, which is an essential part of the Comorian heritage.