Democratic Republic of the Congo
The country with the longest name, Democratic Republic of the Congo, adopted its flag on February 20, 2006. Its flag has a blue background with a yellow star in the top left corner. The flag is split diagonally by a red stripe bordered with a thin yellow frame. Red represents the sacrifices of its soldiers and national heroes, yellow symbolizes the nation's wealth, the star is a symbol of hope and ambition. The blue color represents harmony and peace.
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