National Flag of Micronesia
Country: The Federated States of Micronesia
Micronesian Flag Description:
The flag of Micronesia consists of a light blue base with four white, five-pointed stars situated in the middle. The stars are arranged in a diamond shaped formation.
Micronesian Flag Meaning:
The blue base symbolizes the Pacific Ocean and the stars represent the four states that make up the Federated States of Micronesia. The design of the Micronesia flag has its roots linked to the flag of the former Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. The colors of that flag were adopted from the flag of the United Nations.
Micronesian Flag History:
The Micronesia flag was adopted on November 30, 1978. Micronesia became independent from the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands on November 3, 1986. The Territory was created in 1947. The Micronesia flag has been in use since 1962, but the number of stars has varied depending on the number of islands in the federation.
Interesting Micronesian Flag Facts:
The flag of Micronesia remained unchanged since the country achieved independence in 1986. The Micronesia flag has been in use since 1962.