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The flag of the Russian Krai Khabarovsk
was adopted 14
July 1994. It is white over blue, with a
dark green triangle on the hoist, the point
of the triangle 90 degrees. Proportions of
the flag 2:3.
Mark Sensen, 14 Jul 1996
Official authorities use dark shades of green and blue on the flag.
Tomislav ipek, 4 January 2020
image by Rob Raeside, 07 September 2013
My fiancée is from the "krai" Russian "Far East" whose capital is Khabarovsk.
In 2011 he brought the flag that you see and a few days ago a friend of hers
brought me this little flag to hang on the mirror inside the car: is the
three stripes version of the complete flag.
This flag of the Russian Far East and Russia are gift from my cousin and come from an polling station in Khabarovsk. These two flags are not printed: fabrics different colors are sewn. The small three-stripes flag itself is printed.
David M.F., 07 September 2013
In 1992 or 1993 some regions self upgraded to constituent republics, and
used ephemeral unofficial flags. One of the main republics was Khabarovsk,
flag diagonal white - blue - red.
Jaume Ollé, 15 Apr 2000
I’m sure that this flag is a fiction. I don’t know who is
author… It was adopted never and existed never.
Victor Lomantsov, 17 Apr 2000
This flag is fictional. It was created by O. I. Tarnovsky, and never was
proposed or used in Khabarovsk.
Ben Cahoon, 19 November 2020
In the region two cities have approved arms:
Komsomol’sk na Amur.
The source book shows Russian civic arms and
dates from early 1998.
Ralf Hartemink, 10 Mar 1999