Flag of the Alkos Kingdom
Flag of the Kingdom of Alkos with a green yellow and green and a Welsh dragon. The Alkos flag was adopted on October 4, 2018, and revised on April 21, 2020.
|Adopted||October 4, 2018
April 21, 2020 (Revision)
|Design||A horizontal tricolour of green, yellow and green, in the middle of the flag is the Welsh dragon|
|Designed by||Beatrice Du Cae (Beatrice I)|
|Use||Civil flag and ensign|
|Adopted||October 5, 2018|
|Design||Yellow laurel on a red background, in the center is Beatrice's personal coat of arms with a British crown|
|Designed by||Asana Mutsuba|
The colors of the flag are adapted from the sun and steppe and the traditional emblem of the Kingdom of Alkos. These colors in turn derive from the emblems of the navy flag, first adopted in 1981.
The green represents the steppe, the yellow represents the sun and the wealth of the country, and the royal lineage of the country, the dragon symbolizes the will and strength of the people.
As a British colony, the Kingdom of Alkos retains the traditional values inherent in colonial times. The colors of the flag are inspired by the kingdom's coat of arms. Initially the government legalized the flag of the former Russia, but later changed the flag because it was not suitable for the current regime