ВАРФО (varpho) wrote in linguaphiles,

Georgian flag question

on this website i've found a photo [#16] of a flag with inscription in Georgian, unfortunatelly it's not entirely visible, and i know no Georgian, so i ask you for help: what does this inscription mean? and, by chance, do you know what organisation does this flag represent?

what i managed to decipher:
?რთიანი საქართველოსთ?

also, some letters on the flag are not the same as normal mkhedruli letters, they are a little bit more like capital letters, for example the second letter: is it a version of ო? [i tried googling "Mtavruli", but all findings seem to be of the old Asomtavruli alphabet.]

[x-posted to & my LJ]
Tags: georgian

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