From 4 Strands to 6: New SASEC Logo Launched

12 May 2014

Updated SASEC Logo

The new SASEC logo unveiled in May reflects the inclusion of the Maldives and Sri Lanka into the SASEC program. With six strands comprising colors from the flags of the six SASEC nations — blue for Nepal, green for Bangladesh, yellow for Bhutan, saffron for India, red for the Maldives, and maroon for Sri Lanka — the updated logo also represents the continuous commitment of the SASEC program to strengthen regional cooperation and integration in South Asia.

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