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I want to note: the same case with Sverdlovsk
Region with capital Ekaterinburg (from 1924 till
1991 — Sverdlovsk, in honour of one from bolshevist leader Iakov
Sverdlov, chairman of All-Russian Central Executive Comittee).
Andrey Jashlavwskij, 19 Jan 1999
The official proportions are 2:3. There
are four stripes; from top to bottom, white
(7/20), light blue (9/20), white (1/20), and
green (3/20). The full state arms are to be
placed on the flag, 3/20 below the top, but
it is permissible to make the flag without
John Ayer, 02 Jan 1999
Though used since 1997, this flag is not registered by the Russian
Jan Zrzavy, 17 Jul 2001
The flag can be used also without the coat of arms.
Pascal Vagnat, 22 Oct 1997
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