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Serbia (Serbia and Montenegro), 1992-2004

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[Flag of Serbia, 1992-2004]by Željko Heimer

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Description of the flag

A red-blue-white horizontally divided flag was the flag of Serbia from 1992, when the star was officially removed, to August 2004, when new national symbols were adopted.

Željko Heimer, 17 August 2004

Unofficial variants of the flag

The variants of the Serbian national flag shown below are widely used in Serbia and Republic of Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They are not official, but still, they emphasize a nationalist meaning (especially the variant with white arms).

Ivan Sarajčić, 13 August 2001

[Unofficial flag of Serbia]by Željko Heimer

The flag with the ocila emblem is often used, but unofficially. However, according to some sources this flag with the cross is officially used by the Serbian Orthodox Church as the flag representing the Church.

Željko Heimer, 24 September 1999

[Unofficial flag of Serbia]by António Martins

Another unofficial flag of Serbia is the same as above, but with a more stylized cross.

António Martins, 13 August 2001

[Unofficial flag of Serbia]by António Martins, Ivan Sarajčić & Željko Heimer

Yet another unofficial flag of Serbia is a tricolor flag with the Serbian royal arms in white, on the blue stripe.

António Martins, 13 August 2001

Coat of arms

[Coat of arms of Serbia]by Željko Heimer, from Wikipedia

The official Serbian coat of arms is still the Communist coat of arms, with the ocila (firesteel) emblem, but without the cross - religion was taboo back then.

Miloš Erić, 14 February 2000