Flag of Congo (Republic of)
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The flag of the Republic of Congo is a symbol of the country's unity and independence. It was introduced on August 15, 1960 and consists of a white triangle located on the left side, which contains three evenly distributed blue, green and yellow stripes. The colors represent the hope and unity of the country.
The national flag of the Republic of Congo was introduced on August 15, 1960, when the Republic of Congo became independent and French colonial rule ended. The flag consists of a green background with a yellow star in the center, commemorating the unity of the country. The flag was later slightly modified in 2003 to convey a symbol of democracy and hope for a better future.
The national flag of the Republic of Congo consists of a blue circular background with a golden star and a red square with a golden hammer and sickle symbol inside. The blue background symbolizes the hope and unity of the country, while the golden star represents the solidarity and unity of the people. The red square with the hammer and sickle symbol represents the working class and the country's socialist ideology.