|Flag of Komi Republic|
|Adopted||November 27, 1991|
|Designed by||Andrey Stepanovich Alëshkin|
The flag of the Komi Republic, in the Russian Federation, is a horizontal tricolour composed of three bars of, from top to bottom: medium blue, green and white. Together, they represent Komi's natural wealth.
The blue represents the splendour and spaciousness of the northern sky. The green represents nature, its bounty and the taiga. The white represents the color of snow and the purity of nature in the north, simplicity and austerity as well as Komi being a country in the north. According to a different interpretation, the white represents the equality and unity of the people and cultures living in Komi.