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(2:3) image by Pascal Gross, 18 June 2003
A region on the East of Ukraine. Soviet era name:
Voroshilovgrad in 1935 -1958 and 1970 -1992(?).
Antonio Martins, 10 July 1999
The flag of the region (oblast) of Lugans'k can be seen at
Pascal Gross, 9 November 2001
I have a photo from Conference of Ukrainian Heraldry Society:
man holding the paper with analogous image. The foto is very
small, but all stars around the shield look like white.
Victor Lomantsov, 2 December 2001
On 9 November 2001, I sent an image of the flag of Lugans'k
oblast. Later Victor Lomantsov expressed a doubt about the colors
of the stars.
Today I stumbled across the page about the flag of Lugans'k oblast on the regional server available at oblrada.lg.ua and the image there also shows stars yellow and white.
I think that, from the information above, we can definitely conclude that the stars and yellow and white.
Pascal Gross, 18 June 2003
From the site of Ukrainian
"There is cobalt rectangular with side ratio 100X165 cm. (1:1.5). In the left-top quarter is circle with radius of 20cm. The circle's center is on 49cm. from left side and 39cm. from top side. On the circle are 17 yellow and 14 white stars with 4cm. side. It means 17 regions and 14 cities of oblast.. In the center of the circle there is little oblast emblem".
Dov Gutterman, 10 September 2003
image from the site of Ukrainian Heraldry