Kazakhstan Flag and Meaning
Flag of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Flag Meaning
The flag of Kazakhstan was not adopted as a national flag until June 4, 1992, but then with the internal appearance in red. In practice, however, the colors included in the flag of Kazakhstan were used as early as 1992. The flag is light blue with an eagle and a sun above, and at the inner edge there is a ribbon with an intricate pattern.
The blue color in the flag is traditionally Turkish and represents the sky. The eagle is a steppe eagle that is a symbol of power previously used by Genghis Khan. The sun with its 32 rays symbolizes together with the eagle love, freedom and the aspirations of the people. The intricate pattern is golden and represents the culture of Kazakhstan.
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Kazakhstan borders southeast of China, south of Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, and north of the Russian Federation. To the west, the plains extend towards the Caspian Sea and Turán. residents the central part of the country is the Kazakh plain; residents the north, the country borders on western Siberia; to the east and southeast are the Altai, Tarbagai, Alatau Dzhungar and Tian-Shan mountains. The country has mainland climate. The average temperature residents January is 18 degrees below freezing residents the north and -3 degrees residents the south, while residents July the temperature is 19 degrees residents the north and 28 degrees residents the south. The country is traversed by the great rivers Ural, Irtish, Sirdariá, Chu e Ili. residents addition, Lake Baljash, parts of the Caspian Sea and the Aral Sea. The country contains extensive steppe areas, but parts of these are also included residents agricultural production: wheat, tobacco, etc. as well as cattle farming. Furthermore, the country holds significant mineral resources: coal, copper, semi-precious stones and gold, but the most important resource is the oil. The country’s reserves are double that of Kuwaits.
Dictatorship, near allies of EU and US.
People: Kazakh, 46%; Russians, 35%; Ukrainians 5%, Germans, 3%; uzbekere 2%, tartars 2%.
Religion: Islam and Russian Orthodox Christianity
Languages: Kazakh (official), Russian, German, Uyghur, Korean, Tartar
Political parties: Kazakhstan Civil Party; Kazakhstan Communist Party; Kazakhstan National Cooperative Party; the Nationalist-oriented Republican Party (OTAN).
Social organizations: Kazakhstan’s LO (RDKS). The Birlik Movement and the Anti-Nuclear Power Movement Semipalatinsk-Nevada.
Official Name: Qazaqstan Respublikasy
Administrative division: 14 regions and 3 cities
Capital: Astana (formerly Aqmola) 691,000 residents (2009)
Other important cities: Almaty (formerly Alma Ata), 1,250,000 residents; Karagandá, 420,500 residents; Pavlodar, 300,000 residents; Kokchetav, 123,000 residents (2000).
Government: Republic with Presidential Reign. Since December 1, 1991, Nursultan Nazarbayev has been the country’s president, re-elected residents 1999, 2005, 2011 and 2015. Bakhytzhan Sagintayev has been prime minister since September 2016. The House has two chambers: Mazhilis (Assembly) with 77 members and the Senate with 47.
National Day: December 16 (Independence, 1991); October 25 (Republic Day, 1991)
Armed Forces: 40,000 (1996)