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Flag of Eniarku
|Use||National flag and ensign National flag and ensign|
|Adopted||5 August 2015|
|Design||A horizontal tricolour triband of blue, white, and red in the ratio 1:1:1.|
|Designed by||HM Government|
The national flag of the Kingdom of Eniarku is the flag used to represent the state and people of Eniarku. It is a horizontal tricolour of light blue, white, and red. The current flag was designed by His Majesty's Government with the establishment of the kingdom in August 2015.
The national flag of Eniarku is a tricolour flag. The horizontal fesses are bands of equal size in the colors, from top to bottom, blue (officially described as "light azure"), white, and red ("crimson"). The flag proportions (width:length) are 3:5. Out of respect for the ancestry of the royal family, the colors are based on the Pan-Slavic colors used in many Eastern European flags, namely that of Russia.
|Regulated colours (2015)||Light Azure||White||Crimson|
|RGB||40, 129, 213||255, 255, 255||177, 0, 20|
Display and use
The flag is customarily flown at government buildings and military bases within the kingdom and abroad all year round. Private use is far rarer, as very few citizens have access to the flag due to production restrictions. The national flag must always be flown above others (like those of territories or other realms), and always parallel with those of other nations. Though rare, the flag may be flown at half-staff as a sign of national mourning or respect to foreign nations and individuals. The national flag is also flown at official residences of the king when not in use, and is replaced by the Royal Standard when he is present.
Occasionally, the government uses these variations of the national flag. The flag of His Majesty's Government is most commonly flown at government buildings, while the alternate "banner" flag is sometimes flown on national holidays.