Flag of Aswington
|Use||Civil and state flag and ensign|
|Adopted||3 May 2017|
|Design||A white eight-pointed star on a light green field, with a vertical white stripe at the hoist.|
The flag of Aswington is the national ensign of the country. It was officially adopted on May 3, 2017. The flag has a light green field, with an eight-pointed star in the center and a white vertical stripe.
The flag is used to represent the country at all levels.
The light green color symbolizes nature, while the white color represents purity and tranquility. The eight-pointed star, which is located in the light green canton, symbolizes unity. The eight-pointed star however, is an islamic symbol. Countries such as Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan use them on their national coats of arms.
After being founded, the country adopted a flag almost similar to the current design, however, the tone of the green field was different. Months later, on November 28, the flag was changed to its current design.
Original flag of Aswington.
(3 May - 28 November 2017)
List of flags
|2020 – present||Standard of the Government||A white flag with the national coat of arms in the center.|
|2020 – present||Flag of the Aswington Ground Forces|
|2021–present||Flag of the Aswington Air Forces|
|2020 – present||Flag of the Adgakh Region||A dark blue flag with five five-pointed stars, placed three and two in the centre of the field.|
|2020 – present||Flag of the Gyumurat Region||A white circle on a light blue field, with a white decorative pattern on the hoist.|
|2020 – present||Flag of the Jermadzor Region||A horizontal triband of red, white and blue. Three stars are situated on the canton.|