The Law "On the State Flag of the Republic of Uzbekistan" was adopted on November 18, 1991 at the 8th session of the Supreme Council of Uzbekistan.
The national flag and its symbol represent a historical connection with ancient states on the borders of modern Uzbekistan and embody the national and cultural traditions of the republic.
The blue color on the flag is a symbol of the eternal sky and water of life. In the language of symbols, this means goodness, wisdom, honesty, glory and devotion. Consequently, the color of the flag of Amir Temur was blue.
The white color on the flag is a symbol of the holy world, which coincides with daylight and cosmic light. White is a symbol of purity, purity, purity, purity of dreams and dreams and the pursuit of inner beauty.
Green is a symbol of the renewal of nature. It is a symbol of youth, hope and joy in many countries.
The red lines represent the flows of life force flowing through our bodies.
The image of the young crescent is associated with our historical traditions. It is also a symbol of our independence.
Stars are a spiritual, divine symbol for everyone. The image of 12 stars on the State flag of the Republic of Uzbekistan is also directly related to our historical traditions and ancient chronicles. Our attention to twelve stars is also associated with the development of offensive science in the scientific thinking of ancient states on the border of Uzbekistan.
The image of 12 stars on our national flag should be understood as a symbol of the ancient culture of the Uzbek people, their desire for excellence and happiness on their land.