|Flag of Udmurtia|
|Adopted||April 30, 2002|
|Designed by||Yuriy Nikolayevich Lobanov|
The flag of Udmurtia is a rectangular three-color cloth consisting of vertical equal stripes of black, white and red (from left to right) with an eight-pointed red cross. The cross doesn't overlap the black and red stripes, and its size is such that it fits within a square whose side is equal to 5/6 of the width of one of the vertical stripes of the flag. The width of the vertical and horizontal cross-bars of the solar sign is equal to one third of the side of this imaginary square. Each arm ends with two symmetrical teeth, the internal sides of which form a 90 degree angle where they meet, a vertex deepened towards the center of the sign at 1/2 arm width.
The black colour in the flag is a symbol of the earth and stability, red means the sun and life and white means a space and moral purity.