Vanuatu Flag GIF (Flaeg blong Vanuatu - Drapeau du Vanuatu)

The flag of Vanuatu (Bislama: flaeg blong Vanuatu; French: Drapeau du Vanuatu) consists of two horizontal stripes, red and green, separated by a black left triangle and a horizontal yellow Y shape with a black border. The triangle has two crossed namele tree leaves surrounded by a wild boar tusk. The green color represents the wealth of the islands; the red color represents the blood that unites humanity as human; and the black color represents the people of Ni-Vanuatu. The yellow Y-shape shows the arrangement of islands in the Pacific Ocean. The wild boar tusk is a symbol of well-being. The leaves represent peace, and the 39 leaflets represent the 39 members of the Vanuatu Parliament. The height-to-width ratio on the flag is 19:36, and the flag was adopted on February 18, 1980.

The coat of arms depicts a Melanesian warrior holding a spear on a mountain. Below the warrior is a slogan written in Bislama, meaning "IN GOD WE STAND."

The Vanuatu flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the globe.
Vanuatu, officially known as the Republic of Vanuatu, is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. Its capital is Port Vila, and its population is about 314,464 (2021). According to its land borders, it borders with Fiji and the Solomon Islands.

The waving flag of Vanuatu with its coat of arms (unofficial)
The coat of arms of Vanuatu on a waving white flag
The waving vertical flag of Vanuatu (Animated GIF)
Capital and largest city:Port Vila
Other major city:Luganville
Official languages:Bislama, English, French
Ethnic groups:98.5% Ni-Vanuatu,
1.5% Others
Religions:83% Christianity,
7% Animism,
4% Buddhism,
3% Bahá'í,
3% others
Nationality names:Ni-Vanuatu and Vanuatuan
Area:12,189 km²
(4,706 sq mi)
Population:314,464 (2021)
Currency:Vanuatu vatu
Country codes:VU, VUT (ISO 3166)
Internet Top-Level
Calling code:+678
Flag emoji code:🇻🇺

Keywords: Flag and coat of arms of Vanuatu (Bislama: Flaeg blong Vanuatu; French: Drapeau et armoiries du Vanuatu), GIF
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