You mean the yellow is unusual?
edit: There are many Green flags in Europe, more than Yellow.
Unusual? Hungary, Belarus, Portugal, Ireland, Bulgaria and Italy all have green in their flag.
yellow - Sun; green - nature, forests, grass; red - blood
I am Lithuanian from Latvia, I own both flags.
The flag of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos vėliava) consists of a horizontal tricolor of yellow, green, and red. It was adopted on 25 April 1918 during Lithuania's first period of independence (in the 20th century) from 1918 to 1940, which ceased with the occupation first by Soviet Russia and Lithuania's annexation into the Soviet Union, and then by Germany (1941–1944). During the post-World War II Soviet occupation, from 1945 until 1989, the Soviet Lithuanian flag consisted first of a generic red Soviet flag with the name of the republic, then changed to the red flag with white and green bands at the bottom.
The flag was then re-adopted on 20 March 1989, almost a year before the re-establishment of Lithuania's independence and almost three years before the collapse of the Soviet Union. The last alteration to the current flag occurred in 2004, when the aspect ratio changed from 1:2 to 3:5.
Yellow = sun
Greem = natural
Red = blood of people who was fighting for Lithuania
Lithuania is a part of Russia bro same as Ukraine they don't need a flag.
Just Google it, holy fuck how lazy can you be?
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Lithuania shit country but ah what can you do
green is not uncommon in europe.. but i think its the color combination since all of those 3 colours together usually are seen as some pan-african colours.