Flag of Tajikistan
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Three horizontal stripes (red, white (wider), green); in the center of the flag there is a golden crown surrounded by seven golden five-pointed stars.
White symbolizes cotton (large component of export); Green symbolizes agriculture; The interpretation of the red ribbon is unknown to us. It could be a reminder of the communist influence that still exists (despite the current independence from the Soviet Union). It seems interesting that the layout of the color bands corresponds inversely to the flag of Iran. Iran and Tajikistan are partially connected ethnically. The emblem in the center of the white band is considered a symbol of the country's independence, friendship among all nations and the indivisible union of all classes of labor. Flag since Nov. 24, 1992.
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The flag of Tajikistan consists of three evenly divided vertical stripes in the colors red, white and green. The white stripe bears a 12-pointed star in the center. This symbolizes the 12 tribes that together form the Republic of Tajikistan. The red stripe represents the courage and bravery of the Tajik nation, while the green stripe represents the hope for a peaceful and prosperous life.
The Tajik national flag was adopted on November 18, 1992 and is a symbol of the country's independence. It consists of three evenly divided stripes representing the colors red, white and green. The upper red stripe represents the courage and bravery of the Tajik people, the white stripe in the middle symbolizes the purity of ideals and the lower green stripe represents the hope for a better future.
The national flag of Tajikistan is red, white and green. In the center there is a golden star and a golden sun. The red color represents the courage and sacrifice of the Tajik people, the white color symbolizes the purity of ideals and the green color represents the hope for a better future.