Saint Kitts And Nevis flag
The flag of Saint Kitts And Nevis features a black diagonal band with a yellow border inside which sits two white five-pointed stars, positioned diagonally from the upper fly side of the flag to the lower hoist side of the flag. The upper hoist side of the flag is green and the lower fly side of the flag is red.
The flag of Saint Kitts And Nevis derives from a flag design competition won by student Edris Lewis. The official interpretation of the flag's colours from Lewis are that green stands for fertile land, yellow represents year round sunshine, red symbolises the struggle for freedom and black recognises the country's African heritage. The flag's two stars are for hope and liberty.
The flag of Saint Kitts And Nevis was officially adopted on 19 September 1983 following the country gaining its independence.
The flag's ratio is 2:3.