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Georgia: Flags of the Border Forces, 1999-2004

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Overview

In 2001, J. Rimann published four flags of the Georgian Border Forces.

The flags of the Border Forces were adopted by President E. Shevardnadze's Decree No 507 (25 August 1999).

The emblem in the centre of the flags is the arms of the Border Forces. That ideogram has been known since Ist-IInd centuries. That symbol was shown on ancient Georgian coins and border stones, now kept in the Georgian State Museum.

In the two first flags shown below, the ideogram is encircled with 52 sunbeams, symbolizing the 52 weeks of the year.

Victor Lomantsov, 30 March 2002


Flag of the Border Forces

[Flag of the Border Forces]by Victor Lomantsov


Standard of the Commander-in-Chief of the Border Forces

[Commander-in-Chief]by Victor Lomantsov


Flag of the Coast Guard

[Flag of Coast Guard]by Victor Lomantsov


Ensign of the Coast Guard

[Ensign of the Coast Guard]by Victor Lomantsov

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