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image by Victor Lomantsov
The flag of the Moldovan Department of Civil Defence and Extraordinary
Blue field with national flag in canton and an emblem of the department. The motto "PROTECTIE, SALVARE, AJUTORARE" in gold letters is placed below the emblem. On the reverse side of the flag is the inscription "DEPARTAMENTUL PROTECTIE CIVILA SI SITUATII EXCEPTIONALE AL REPUBLICII MOLDOVA" instead of motto is below the emblem.
Victor Lomantsov, 23 December 2001
image by Jens Pattke
I have redrawn the flag of the Border Guard of Moldova.
Source: http://www.border.gov.md/simbol_e.htm (In English), http://www.border.gov.md/simbol_r.htm (In Russian).
Jens Pattke, 18 May 2006
image by Jorge Hurtado
image by Željko Heimer
Album des Pavillons (2000) shows a flag captioned Customs Ensign. Differences are that it is swallow tailed 1:2,
indentation 90 degrees, a lighter blue field (approxim. Pantone 299c), with 14 visible embattlements and 14 gaps, and the
indentations touches the white stripe just where the 15th brick would come.
Might it be that the swallow tailed version is to be used at sea, while the rectangular for hoisting on land?
Željko Heimer, 24 January 2001
Rectangular flag is for hoisting in ports and customs check points, and dependencies of the customs service.
Swallow tailed 1:2 flag is for ships of the customs agencies.
Jaume Ollé, 24 January 2001