Georgia Flag | National Flag of Georgia

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Georgia Flag | National Flag of Georgia

This Georgian flag was adopted on January 14, 2004, making it possibly the world’s newest flag. It was used for about three years as the flag of the National Movement, whose leader was Mikhail Saakashvili, the current President of Georgia (2004). Georgia gained its independence from the Soviet Union on April 9, 1991. The first record of the five-cross flag design dates to the mid 14th century when an unknown Franciscan monk wrote that the kingdom’s flag was “a white-colored cloth with five red crosses on it.”

In Which Year the national flag is adopted?
Ans: January 14, 2004.

In Which Date the national flag is adopted?
Ans: January 14.

What do the colors of the flag mean?
Ans: The first record of the five-cross flag design dates to the mid 14th century when an unknown Franciscan monk wrote that the kingdom’s flag was “a white-colored cloth with five red crosses on it.”