Flag of Bashkortostan

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Bashkortostan
Flag of Bashkortostan.svg
Proportion 2:3
Adopted February 25, 1992
Design A horizontal tricolor of blue, white and green with a yellow circle bearing the kurai flower.
Designed by O. Y. Asabina and U. T. Masalimov
Flag of Bashkir ASSR.svg
Flag of the Bashkir ASSR
Proportion 1:2
Adopted 1978
Design The flag of the Bashkir ASSR is an variant of the flag of the Russian SFSR with the "Башкирская АССР" and "Башҡорт АССР-ы" inscription below the hammer and sickle.

The flag of Bashkortostan contains a Kurai Flower, a symbol of friendship, and its seven petals represent the seven tribes who bring unity, and consolidation to Bashkortostan. The blue represents the integrity, and the excellence of the thoughts of the Bashkir people, and the white stands for their peacefulness, and their willingness to cooperate, and the green for freedom, and eternal life. The flag was adopted on February 25, 1992. The proportions are 2:3.

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