Flag of the Altai Republic
|Adopted||May 3, 1992|
|Design||Four stripe bicolour of white, light blue, white, and light blue|
|Designed by||V. P. Chukuyev|
The flag of the Altai Republic, in the Russian Federation, is a four stripe bicolour of light blue and white. The width of the stripes, from top to bottom, are 67+4+4+25. The white symbolizes eternity, tendency to revival, love, and the consent of the peoples within the republic. The blue symbolizes cleanliness, mountains, rivers, lakes, and heaven.
The flag was designed by artist V. P. Chukuyev. It was adopted on May 3, 1992 with the proportions of 1:2. The proportions were changed to 2:3 on June 29, 1994 and again to 1:2 on April 24, 2003.
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