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English: European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
Česky: Evropské sdružení volného obchodu (ESVO)
Deutsch: Europäische Freihandelsassoziation
Français : Association européenne de libre-échange (AELE)
Date 2009-05-12 03:34 (UTC)
  • derivative work: Kolja21 ( talk)

Colour scheme

  • Europe blue / Europablau / azul europeo / bleu européenne (Pantone; RGB 003399): EU current members
  • Pantone yellow / Gelb / amarillo / jaune (Pantone; RGB ffcc00): EU new members
  • Light blue / Lichtblau / azul claro / bleu clair (RGB 2782bb): EU candidate countries
  • Light green / Lichtgrün / verde claro / vert clair (RGB 77bbbc): EU potential candidate countries
  • Lawngreen / Grasgrün / verde hierba / vert pré (RGB a0e200): EU membership possible
  • Orange / Orange / anaranjado / orange (RGB ff6600): Eastern Partnership
  • Emerald green / Smaragdgrün / verde esmeralda / smaragdin (RAL 6001; RGB 276d3a): EFTA member states
  • Pastel green / Weißgrün / verde blanquecino / vert blanc (RAL 6019; RGB b3d9b4): EFTA former member states


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