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Pan-Armenian Games

The flag of the Pan-Armenian Games is prescribed in the Regulations concerning the Pan-Armenian Games symbols as follows:

11. Flag of the WCPAG
11.1 The Flag of the WCPAG is a white linen (correlation is 2 x 1.2) with no border [fringe?]. The colored symbol of the Pan-Armenian Games is located in the center of the flag.
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16.4 All rights to the Symbol, Emblem, Flag, Motto, March, Song of good-bye and Pictograms of the Pan-Armenian Games as well as the Anthem of the Pan-Armenian Games are regulated by the Law of the Republic of Armenia "About the Copyright and Related Rights", which came into force on 17 January 2000.

Luc Baronian, 2 May 2005

[Flag of Pan-Armenian Games]

Former flag of the Pan-Armenian Games - Image by Victor Lomantsov, 24 July 2002

The former flag of the Pan-Armenian Games is light blue with the emblem in the centre. The proportions of the flag are 2:1.
The emblem consists of six rings: the five rings of the Olympic flag (but with the black ring replaced with a violet one) and a sixth orange apricot ring symbolizing Armenia. The flames over the rings are red-blue-orange, like the Armenian national flag.

Source: Pan-Armenian Games website (page no longer online)

Victor Lomantsov, 24 July 2002

The flag was adopted on 17 January 2000, after the First Games, which were held in 1999, and where the flag had a pale blue background. It should then follow that this flag also flew over the Second Pan-Armenian Games, held in 2001.

Luc Baronian, 2 May 2005