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Oʻzbekcha: Ўзбекистон Совет Социалистик Республикасининг байроғи
Русский: Флаг Узбекской Советской Социалистической Республики, основанные на Image:Flag of the Soviet Union.svg и информацию в Flags of the World.
English: Flag of Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, based on Image:Flag of the Soviet Union.svg and information at Flags of the World.

Authors: Denelson83, Urmas, Nokka



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Public domain COPYRIGHT LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN (August 30, 1996 N 272-I)

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Article 8. Works and similar results of activity not being the objects of copyright
The following are not the objects of copyright:

  • official documents (law, resolutions, decisions, etc.) as well as their official translations;
  • official symbols and signs (flags, arms, orders, banknotes, etc.);
  • national creative works;
  • reports about the news of the day or current events having the nature of usual press conference;
  • results received with help of equipment designed for some kind of production without the person's implementation of creative activity directly associated with the creation of individual work.
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Note: Uzbekistan is the legal successor of the Uzbek SSR; therefore, this license tag is also applicable to the flags of the Uzbek SSR.

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