Algeria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Burundi, Hungary, and Iran are examples of countries with green, white, and red flags. Italy, Lebanon, Madagascar, Maldives, Mexico, and Oman also have flags with green, white, and red stripes.
The Mexican and Italian flags are similar in appearance. Their flags contain three solid vertical stripes of green, white, and red, from left to right. The centre of the white portion of the Mexican flag features the country’s coat of arms, an eagle with a serpent in its talon perched atop a prickly pear cactus. Italy’s flag only has the solid stripes.
The flags of Hungary, Bulgaria and Iran are also somewhat similar, displaying three solid horizontal stripes of green, white and red. From top to bottom, Hungary’s flag displays stripes of red, white and green, while Bulgaria’s flag is white, green and red from top to bottom. Iran’s flag displays horizontal stripes of green, white and red from top to bottom. On the corners of the green and red parts are the words “God is Great” in white Kufic calligraphy, and in the centre of the white section is a red Iranian emblem.
The remaining flags contain various mixes of green and red in varied patterns. The flag of Madagascar consists of a vertical white bar on the left and horizontal red and green bars on the right. The flag of Belarus contains a white and red ornamental stripe. The Oman flag depicts a sword and two daggers. The Algerian flag portrays a crescent moon and a star, whereas the Lebanon flag features a green cedar tree. The flag of the Maldives has a white crescent moon, while the flag of Burundi depicts four red stars.