The flag of Uzbekistan features three horizontal stripes of blue, white, and green, with thin red stripes separating them. The blue stripe at the top represents the sky and water, symbolizing peace and harmony. The white stripe in the middle symbolizes purity, while the green stripe at the bottom represents nature, fertility, and Islam. A white crescent moon and twelve stars, representing the months of the Islamic calendar, adorn the left side of the blue stripe. These symbols reflect Uzbekistan’s cultural heritage and its Islamic traditions. They also represent its aspirations for peace, prosperity, and unity among its diverse population.