The flag of Equatorial Guinea features three horizontal bands: green, white, and red, with a blue triangle on the hoist side. The green stripe symbolizes the country’s lush vegetation and agricultural resources, while the white stripe represents peace and harmony. The red stripe signifies the nation’s struggle for independence.
The blue triangle represents the sea and Equatorial Guinea’s location on the coast of Africa. While some versions of the flag include a white star within the blue triangle, the current design does not. Overall, the Equatorial Guinea flag encapsulates Equatorial Guinea’s natural beauty, historical journey, and aspirations for peace, unity, and prosperity.