Coat of arms of the President of the Republic of Macedonia

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Coat of arms of the President of the Republic of Macedonia
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Armiger President of the Republic of Macedonia
Adopted 2 December 2009
Escutcheon Gules, naissant from a bezant fimbriated of the last, eight piles Or all within a bordure diminished compony the first and the second
Other elements Beneath the shield two sprigs of Macedonian Oak fructed Or saltirewise

The coat of arms of the President of the Republic of Macedonia is the official coat of arms of the President of the Republic of Macedonia. It was adopted 2 December 2009, modified by the president Gorge Ivanov and produced by the Macedonian Heraldry Society.

The coat of arms is made of the flag of the Republic of Macedonia on a shield, and below the shield there is a wreath of Macedonian Oak with sixteen leaves and sixteen acorns in total. The colours are the national colours of Macedonia, and the oak is traditional Orthodox symbol, as well as typical Macedonian flora.

The emblem is the work of the Macedonian heraldists Stojanče Veličkovski, Petar Gajdov and Jovan Jonovski - all members of the Macedonian Heraldry Society.[1]

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  1. ^ Nova Makedonija Амблемот на Иванов го изработија македонски хералдичари