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Nakhichevan (Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan)

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Flag of Azerbaijan - Image by Željko Heimer, 8 September 2005

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Presentation of Nakhichevan

Full name: Autonomous Republic
Location: Iran/Armenian border region
Status: Part of the Republic of Azerbaijan. (Separated from Azerbaijan proper by Armenian territory.)

Stuart Notholt, 5 October 1995

Flag of Nakhichevan

As specified in the Constitution, the only officiel flag of Nakhichevan is the national flag of Azerbaijan. All other flags reported as the flag of Nakhichevan were unofficial.

Ivan Sache, 7 September 2003

The flag of Nakhichevan in the Constitution

The Constitution of the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic was adopted on 12 November 1995.

Chapter 1. General clauses

Article 10. Symbols of the state of Nakhichevan

The state symbols of the Autonomous Republic of Nakhichevan are the flag of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the coat of arms of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the national anthem of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Jens Pattke, 20 July 2001

Flags of Nakhichevan reported in the 1990s

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Reported flags of Nakhichevan - Images by Ivan Sache, 7 September 2003
Left, source unknown
Right, after the Flags of Aspirant Peoples chart [eba94]

As far as is known, Nakhichevan flies no flag of its own. However, during pro-Azeri independence rallies in 1990, a flag was reported in which the green stripe and white star and crescent of the Azeri flag was replaced by yellow and the ratio of the stripes was altered. This appears to have been simply an unofficial variant of the Azeri flag, which nevertheless resulted in quite widespread reports of an "Nakhichevan" flag.

Stuart Notholt, 5 October 1995

A variant of the flag shown above is presented on the Flags of Aspirant Peoples chart [eba94], # 115, with the following caption:

Southern Azerbaijanis
Armenian/Iranian border

Ivan Sache, 7 September 2003