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Ethiopia エチオピア

Main foods used for the flag  国旗に使用した主な料理・食材】
Ethiopian Scrambled Egg, spinach, tomato stew

Description of the Flag
The flag of Ethiopia is a flag that was adopted on August 28, 2009. It conforms to the specifications set forth in Article 3 of the 1995 Constitution of Ethiopia, but the diameter of the central disc was increased compared to its predecessor.[1] The three traditional colours (green, yellow and red) date back to Emperor Menelik (1889–1913) and were first used in a flag in 1897. The current flag and emblem were adopted after the defeat of the Marxist Mengistu regime (in power from 1974–1991). The emblem is intended to represent both the diversity and unity of the country. Blue represents peace, the star represents diversity and unity, and the sun's rays symbolise prosperity. The green recalls the land, yellow stands for peace and hope, and red is symbolic of strength.→details -wikipedia

エチオピアの国旗(エチオピアのこっき)は、中央にエチオピアの国章を配した緑、黄、赤の横三色旗。緑は、肥沃な大地を、黄は、平和、民族・宗教の調和を、赤は、国土の防衛のために流された血を象徴する。→詳細 (wikipedia)