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Syrian Turkmen Assembly (Syria)

Suriye Türkmen Meclisi

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[Syrian Turkmen Assembly] image by Ivan Sache, 12 June 2016

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Syrian Turkmen Assembly, (also called Syrian Turkmen Platform) (official website), is a recently formed Turkmen organisation to form a coalition of Turkmen parties and groups constituted during the second organisation of Syrian Turkmen Platform on 30 March 2013, and that became the joining point of Syrian Turkmen National Bloc and Syrian Democratic Turkmen Movement, which are two different political movements to assume the leadership of Syrian Turkmens. The military wing of the assembly is Syrian Turkmen Brigades (flag), and they are against the partition of Syria after the collapse of Baath regime.
Source: Wikipedia article
Esteban Rivera, 20 November 2014

The Flag

The Syrian Turkmen Assembly (Suriye Türkmen Meclisi) uses a celestial blue flag with a white disk in the center, superimposed with a yellow double-headed eagle.

[Syrian Turkmen Assembly] image by Ivan Sache, 12 June 2016

The Syrian Turkmen Assembly also uses a white flag charged with its logo in the center. The logo is made of a green crescent, the name of the group and a yellow double-headed eagle.
The two flags are sometimes used jointly, for instance in the 3rd  General Assembly of the Syrian Turkmen Assembly (2015).
Ivan Sache, 12 June 2016

In these particular sources, it is a third flag, with white field, but a different logo.
Tomislav Todorović, 13 June 2016

Previously Reported Flag

[Syrian Turkmen Assembly] image by Tomislav Todorović, 20 November 2014
based on North Cyprus flag by Željko Heimer & Ivan Sache

Syrian Turkmen Assembly flag, just like that of the Iraqi National Turkoman Party is derived from that of the North Cyprus by varying its colors. The blue edges are often narrower than red stripes, the emblem is sometimes centered, and there are even some hand-made flags (obvious from the imprecise shapes of charges) with 12-o'clock orientation of the star and/or wrong relative sizes of the star and crescent.
Source: Facebook gallery of flag photos
Tomislav Todorović, 20 November 2014