The current flag of Kyrgyzstan was implemented on March 3 1992. It was the decision of the Supreme Council of Kyrgyzstan to adopt the post-communist flag for their country. The flag is made up of a red area with a yellow sun positioned at its center. The sun has forty regularly distanced rays. In the center of the sun is a ring crisscrossed with three lines. The symbol behind the red colour of the flag is for bravery and valor while the signification of the sun means peace and wealth.