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The flag of Eritrea was adopted on December 5, 1995. The flag is composed of two triangular bands of equal size: green the upper and blue the lower. To these is a red triangle with the base on the side of the flagpole and the vertex that reaches the side to the wind. On the red triangle there is an emblem in gold that depicts three olive branches. The two side branches, of fifteen leaves each, in memory of the thirty years of struggle for liberation. The central branch with six small flowers for the six regions in which the country is divided. The red color in memory of the blood shed for the liberation of the country, very much in the course of the struggle and then decrease over time. The green color symbolizes agricultural resources, the blue one the marine resources and the yellow-gold resources the mineral resources. The red triangle symbolizes the blood shed during the 30 years of struggle for independence. It gradually shrinks, leaving more and more space to green and blue to represent the end of the struggle and the beginning of prosperity. The green triangle represents a progressive growth in the field of agriculture and food security. The blue triangle represents a progressive growth in the marketing of the Red Sea and the preservation of the marine ecosystem. Yellow represents peace, unity and natural resources. The central branch is divided into two parts each of which has three leaves in turn divided into three, 3x3 one side representing the 9 ethnic groups Eitree, 3x3 on the other side representing the 9 languages. The two side branches, which embrace the central branch, have 15 leaves each, the 30 leaves in all symbolize the 30 years of struggle for independence.
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